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tripolyphosphate

Definitions

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  • n. The anion P3O105-, or any salt containing this anion.

Etymologies

tri- +‎ polyphosphate (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • If they're stark white, chances are they were treated with sodium tripolyphosphate, which is added to increase their weight and extend their shelf life.

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  • When companies process and produce soda ash, a number of other sodium compounds are made as co-products, including sodium bicarbonate (also known as baking soda), sodium sulfite, sodium tripolyphosphate, and chemical caustic soda.

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  • Mmmmm…can nawt get enuff uv dat tripolyphosphate….

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  • Not only that, a chemical is added to the water sodium tripolyphosphate which causes the scallop to retain even more liquid than if the water were plain.

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  • Other industrial products included 228 kmt (P) of feed additives, 171 kmt (P) of sodium tripolyphosphate (STPP, Na5P3O10) and 37 kmt (P) of various industrial additives or reagents.

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  • The liquid, however, is water mixed with sodium tripolyphosphate, which increases shelf life and reduces moisture loss.

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  • Cook decorticated ramie fibers for 1 hour at 6 kg/cm2 pressure and 160°C water to dry fiber ratio of 6: 1 with 6 percent sodium hydroxide; 3 percent sodium sulphate; 3 percent sodium tripolyphosphate and 3 percent organic phosphate penetrant.

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  • Sodium tripolyphosphate was something of a wonder ingredient, helping to remove food and grease, maintain pH, inhibit corrosion and more; it made up as much as 35% of certain detergents, explains the Chemical

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  • The shrimp pond preparation begins with urea, superphosphate, and diesel, then progresses to the use of piscicides (fish-killing chemicals like chlorine and rotenone), pesticides and antibiotics (including some that are banned in the U.S.), and ends by treating the shrimp with sodium tripolyphosphate (a suspected neurotoxicant), Borax, and occasionally caustic soda.

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  • Sodium tripolyphosphate $/lb 0.36 0. 33-0.41 0.40 0.40 45.00 42.00

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