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- another term for phosphoric acid
- ‘Barley scutellar scrapes were isolated from barley grain imbibed for 48 h and labelled in vivo for 3 h with [P] orthophosphoric acid either in the presence (+) or absence (-) of 5 mM amino acids.’
- ‘For carbonates, CO2 gas was yielded from each sample by reaction with orthophosphoric acid at 90°C, and the isotope ratios were measured using a VG Isocarb device and Prism mass spectrometer.’
- ‘Soil samples were pretreated with excess 0.1 M orthophosphoric acid to remove inorganic C salts.’
- ‘A phosphate is a salt that is prepared from orthophosphoric acid.’
- ‘The pH value at which a one molar solution exists as half orthophosphoric acid and half dihydrogen phosphate ion, H 2 PO 4 -, the pK 1, is 2.15.’
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