phosphorus pentoxide


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phosphorus pentoxide

[′fäs·fə·rəs pen′täk‚sīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
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The basic compositions for melting these glasses were alumina, calcium oxide, silica, phosphorus pentoxide, and calcium fluoride.
Eight papers from the University of Electronic Science and Technology investigate phase transitions in stacked chalcogenide films, the dielectric properties of doped CCTO ceramics, charge transport in organic FETs and LEDs, and the effect of phosphorus pentoxide on MnZn ferrites.
The construction of this facility is part of a $100 million investment program in China, which includes a plant in Hangzhou for Quinacridone specialty organic pigments, a state-of-the-art phosphorus pentoxide plant in Kunming, and a masterbatches plant and Archroma Center for textiles in Guangzhou.
Clariant is establishing a joint venture with two Chinese partners in Kunming in the Chinese province of Yunnan for the production of phosphorus pentoxide (P205).