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phosphorous

of or containing phosphorus in the trivalent state
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Tung said that ordnance was white phosphorous bomb left over from WWII that was 90 centimeters in length and had a blast radius of 90 meters.
On Saturday, warplanes of the US-led coalition shelled the area of al-Baghouz Farms with white phosphorous bombs putting the lives of hundreds of civilians and abductees detained by Daesh (ISIS) terrorist organization at risk.
According to SFWMD, strides have been made in curtailing some of the phosphorous inputs to Lake Okeechobee, but there is a lot of work ahead to get phosphorous in the lake under control.
The Arabic-language website of SANA news agency quoted several local sources in Deir Ezzur as saying last week that the US warplanes targeted several districts in the town of Hajin in Eastern Deir Ezzur with white phosphorous bombs which are forbidden internationally.
the scientists were successful in manipulating atoms of phosphorous within
The presence of nutrients, especially nitrogen and phosphorous in wastewater effluents and their impacts on natural water bodies, continue to be a major concern for companies involved with wastewater treatment.
The characters which had positive direct effect with lower magnitude were seed phosphorous content and shelling percentage at phenotypic level.
The three essential chemical elements that make up most plant feeds are nitrogen N, phosphorous P, and potassium K - so they are known as NPK fertilisers.
For this fiscal, the subsidy on nitrogen (N) is fixed at Rs 15.85 per kg, Rs 13.24 per kg for phosphorous (P), Rs 15.47 per kg potash (K) and Rs 2.04 per kg for sulphur (S), according to the notification issued by the Department of Fertiliser (DoF).
ONTARIO Last June, Ontario, Ohio and Michigan entered into a new agreement to reduce the amount of phosphorous entering Lake Erie's western basin.