triple phosphate


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triple phosphate

[′trip·əl ′fäs‚fāt]
(chemistry)
A phosphate containing magnesium, calcium, and ammonium ions.
(materials)
A species of phosphate rock that contains three times as much phosphoric acid as superphosphate.
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In addition, we compared blood and urine analyses results of patients in the first half and the second half of Ramadan month and we found differences on some parameters such as hemoglobin, general crystal, and triple phosphate crystal values.
* Ingestion of poisons such as ethylene glycol or methanol Acidic Urine Alkaline Urine Calcium Oxalate Calcium Oxalate Uric Acid Triple Phosphate Cystine Amorphous Phosphate Cholesterol Calcium Carbonate Sulfanomides Calcium Phosphate X-ray Dyes Ammonium Biurate Tyrosine Ampicillin Leucine Struvite Amorphous urates Bilirubin Red = Always Significant Hippuric Acid Blue = Sometimes Significant Sodium Urates Calcium Sulfate
Each replication included nine treatments: urea, ammonium sulfate, and diammonium phosphate (DAP) at 20 and 45 lb/A N rates; triple phosphate to equal the P rate in DAP; and a zero starter check.
The nine structure identification questions had a total of 19 urine sediment structures to identify, consisting of 9 cells (3 questions containing white blood cells, 2 containing renal tubular cells, 2 containing squamous epithelial cells, 1 containing red blood cells, 1 containing transitional epithelial cells), 2 casts (1 hyaline, 1 renal cell), 2 normal crystals (1 calcium oxalate, 1 triple phosphate), 2 abnormal crystals (1 bilirubin, 1 cystine), and 4 organisms/artifacts (3 bacteria, 1 yeast).
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