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2009-09-03 12:06:00

NEW YORK, Sept. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue. The Global Market for Flame Retardant Chemicals http://www.reportlinker.com/p0128582/The-Global-Market-for-Flame-Retardant-Chemicals.html Provides an overview of the global market for flame retardant chemicals Assesses flame retardant chemicals by retardant mechanism and chemical type, and by end-use application Makes forecasts for the global flame retardant...

2009-08-24 06:50:00

WENDELL, N.C., Aug. 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Fortrans Inc. (http://www.fortransinc.com), a North Carolina-based company that manufactures earth-friendly chemicals and pH Control Systems especially for the concrete industry, announces its new CR-650 Concrete Remover, which, in combination with Fortrans' lines of pH control systems for process water, aids concrete producers in achieving their goals for green technology. Fortrans has been around since 1996 and has developed innovative cleaning...

2009-08-18 12:24:04

A U.S. study shows banning or restricting the use of lawn fertilizers containing phosphorus can help reduce such pollution in lakes and streams. Until now there has been no evidence local ordinances banning or restricting the use of lawn fertilizers helped reduce phosphorus pollution, University of Michigan Professor John Lehman said. It's one of those things where political organizations take the action because they believe it's the environmentally conscious thing to do, but there's been no...

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2009-08-18 10:20:00

In an effort to keep lakes and streams clean, municipalities around the country are banning or restricting the use of phosphorus-containing lawn fertilizers, which can kill fish and cause smelly algae blooms and other problems when the phosphorus washes out of the soil and into waterways.But do the ordinances really help reduce phosphorus pollution? That's been an open question until now, says John Lehman, professor of ecology and evolutionary biology at the University of Michigan."It's one...

2009-08-03 09:00:00

BEIJING, Aug. 3 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- Himfr.com (http://www.himfr.com/ ), one of China's leading B2B search platforms with more than 30 B2B industry websites to its name, analyzes the development of the phosphate ore market. The overall prices of China's domestic phosphate fertilizers are usually stable with low inventory. It is expected that late autumn ploughing manure storage will increase the demand for phosphate ore, and by the second half of the year the currently stable...

2009-06-26 08:36:17

A research team headed by Dr. Jonathan R. Nitschke at the University of Cambridge (UK) and Academy Professor Kari Rissanen at the University of Jyväskylä (Finland) has made a breakthrough in rendering white phosphorus table to air, as reported in the latest issue of Science.White phosphorus, a molecular solid consisting of discrete P4 tetrahedra, is ordinarily pyrophoric (and thus stored under water) - it bursts spontaneously into flame upon contact with atmospheric oxygen (when...

2009-06-25 13:41:39

For centuries it has been known for its violent combustion upon contact with air "“ but this week a Cambridge-led team of researchers reveals that it has tamed one of the most hazardous chemical substances.Their work could also result in an array of hazardous chemicals being handled and transported more safely in future.The substance in question is white phosphorous, a feedstock for the preparation of many useful chemicals such as weed killers, insecticides and fertiliser.White...

2009-06-25 11:11:00

NEW YORK, June 25 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Bion PA 1, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Bion Environmental Technologies, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: BNET), announced that it has filed a water quality permit application with the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection pursuant to its development at the Kreider Dairy Farm in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. The water quality permit application included the submittal of a Design Basis Report, which contains a large collection of design...

2009-05-18 10:34:31

A U.S. scientist urges that equal attention be given to phosphorus and nitrogen produced by human activity that are degrading water quality and aquatic life. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Professor Hans Paerl notes the priority has historically been given to controlling phosphorus. But Paerl argues nitrogen imbalance is equally damaging and a dual nutrient strategy is necessary to manage the problem effectively. The combination of human population growth, urbanization and...

2009-05-18 10:43:42

New study argues need for dual nutrient strategy to improve aquatic ecosystemsExcess phosphorus and nitrogen produced by human activities on neighboring land is making its way into our coastal waters and degrading both water quality and aquatic life. Although historically the priority has been to control phosphorus, Professor Hans Paerl, from the University of North Carolina in the US, argues that nitrogen imbalance is equally damaging. He adds that a dual nutrient strategy "“ tackling...


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2005-05-25 19:15:16

In chemistry, a phosphate is a polyatomic ion or radical consisting of one phosphorus atom and four oxygen. In the ionic form, it carries a -3 formal charge, and is denoted PO43-. In a biochemical setting, a free phosphate ion in solution is called inorganic phosphate, to distinguish it from phosphates bound in the form of ATP, or perhaps in DNA or RNA. Inorganic phosphate is generally denoted Pi. Inorganic phosphate can be formed by the reactions of ATP, or ADP, with the formation of the...

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