sodium tripolyphosphate


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sodium tripolyphosphate

[′sōd·ē·əm trī‚päl·i′fä‚sfāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
Na5P3O10 A white powder with a melting point of 622°C; used for water softening and as a food additive and texturizer. Abbreviated STPP.
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All phosphate treatments, except the sodium tripolyphosphate, decreased cooking loss when compared to the control.
Consumer acceptance of loins marinated with sodium tripolyphosphate and sodium bicarbonate.
US 6,172,020 B1: Colgate-Palmolive researchers have patented an automatic dishwashing tablet which contains hydrated sodium tripolyphosphate, dialkali metal disilicate, alkali metal carbonate, anhydrous sodium tripolyphosphate, low-foaming nonionic surfactant, sulfonic acid polymer, peroxygen bleach, peroxygen bleach activator, protease enzyme, amylase enzyme, hydrotrope and clay.
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Phosphates, generally in the form of sodium tripolyphosphates (STPP), have traditionally played a key role in ADD products as they are versatile and deliver good results.