tributyl phosphate


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tributyl phosphate

[trī′byüd·əl ′fä‚sfāt]
(organic chemistry)
(C4H9)3PO4 A combustible, toxic, stable liquid; soluble in most solvents, and very slightly soluble in water; boils at 292°C; used as a heat-exchange medium, pigment-grinding assistant, antifoam agent, and solvent. Abbreviated TBP.
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In this paper, we use tributyl phosphate as a novel organic phosphor source to synthesize a series of xLiMnP[O.sub.4]y[Li.sub.3][V.sub.2][(P[O.sub.4]).sub.3]/C (abbreviated as xLMPyLVP/C) composites by ball-milling followed by sintering process.
Tributyl phosphate is a liquid organic molecule, compared with solid NH4H2PO4, which can favorably disperse in the precursors during ball-milling process.
In summary, the xLMPyLVP/C nanoparticles are synthesized via a facile solid-state method using tributyl phosphate as phosphor source and glycine as carbon source.
[31.] Arnold L.L., Christenson W.R., Cano M., St John M.K., Wahle B.S., Cohen S.M.: Tributyl phosphate effects on urine and bladder epithelium in male Sprague-Dawley rats.
i wsp.: Two-generation reproductive toxicity study of dietary tributyl phosphate in CD rats.
Tributyl phosphate (TBP) is one of the most used alkyl phosphates in hydraulic fluids.
[greater than or equal to] 99%, Fluka) and tributyl phosphate (97%, Aldrich) were used as calcium and phosphor precursor, respectively (17).
Examples are 2-ethyl hexanol and tributyl phosphate (which I found to work well in combination, particularly during pigment dispersion).
In addition, synthesis of ThiMnPO4-yLi3V2(PO4)3/Cnanocomposites for lithium-ion batteries using tributyl phosphate as phosphor source has been reported by Dr.
The use of extractants tris-(2-ethyl hexyl) phosphate [3], tributyl phosphate (TBP) [4-6], 2,3,5-triphenyltetrazolium chloride [7], triphenylarsine oxide and tributyl-phosphine oxide [8], tri-isooctylamine [2], and N-n-octylaniline [1, 9] has been reported for the separation and extraction of Te.
(g/mol) Trimethyl phosphate TMP C[H.sub.3] 140 Triethyl phosphate TEP C[H.sub.2]C[H.sub.3] 182 Tripropyl phosphate TPrP C[H.sub.2]C[H.sub.2] C[H.sub.3] 224 Tributyl phosphate TBP C[H.sub.2]C[H.sub.2] C[H.sub.2]C[H.sub.3] 266 Triphenyl phosphate* TPhP [C.sub.6][H.sub.5] 326 Density [V.sub.w] Phosphate [P(O)[(OR).sub.3]] (g/[cm.sup.3] ([cm.sup.3]/mol) Trimethyl phosphate 1.197 63 Triethyl phosphate 1.072 94 Tripropyl phosphate 1.012 124 Tributyl phosphate 0.979 155 Triphenyl phosphate* 1.266 159.5 [[delta].sub.a] Phosphate [P(O)[(OR).sub.3]] (MPa)[.sub.1/2] Trimethyl phosphate 19.6 Triethyl phosphate 17.9 Tripropyl phosphate 17.6 Tributyl phosphate 17.3 Triphenyl phosphate* 17.6 *TPhP is a solid at room temperature ([T.sub.m] = 48[degrees]C).