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- n. Any salt or ester of orthophosphoric acid; an ordinary phosphate
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A salt of orthophosphoric acid. All phosphates of natural occurrence are orthophosphates.
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- n. a salt of phosphoric acid
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That's because in June 2004 the Washington Aqueduct started adding a chemical called orthophosphate to the water.
By January 2006, the orthophosphate treatment had brought the city into compliance.
Part of the dissolved aluminum can subsequently settle in the sediments of atmospherically acidified lakes and reservoirs, reducing orthophosphate availability and disrupting the phosphorus cycling in those water bodies.
Although much is known about the transport of orthophosphate in soils, very little is known about the fate of phytate, a compound that is indigestible by poultry and abundant in poultry litter.
Analyses for TP double for every 10°C rise in temperature, as rates do in many and orthophosphate were by the USBR laboratories in Den - biochemical reactions.
The Liberian government says a three-month investigation found high levels of orthophosphate being released into the water.
What they had was one established ornery j l, a trendy reverse and a dickey but unshielded parliament orthophosphate.
Inactivation of tobacco mosaic virus on tomato seed with trisodium orthophosphate and sodium hypochlorite
New Yorkers drink their water from Esopus Creek, from Schoharie Creek, from the Neversink River, straight from the city’s many reservoirs, with only a rough screening and, for most of the year, just a shot of chlorine and chasers of fluoride, orthophosphate and sodium hydroxide.”