Articles & Whitepapers
Synthesis of tetrakis (hydroxymethyl) phosphonium chloride by high-concentration phosphine in industrial off-gas
With increasing consumption of phosphate rock and acceleration of global phosphate production, the shortage of phosphate resources is increasing with the development and utilization of phosphate. China's Ministry of Land and Resources has classified phosphate as a mineral that cannot meet China's growing demand for phosphate rock in 2010. The phosphorus chemical industry is one of ...
Effects of environmental factors on the production and release of matrix-bound phosphine from lake sediments
Effects of pH, temperature, and oxygen on the production and release of phosphine in eutrophic lake sediments were investigated under laboratory tests. Results indicated that the elimination of ...
Phosphine is described by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) as a colorless, flammable and explosive gas at room temperature. It smells like garlic or decaying fish and small amounts occur naturally in the environment. ...
Equipment & Solutions
The XP-703D-III Sample draw portable detector has been considered by many as the standard in the Semiconductor industry to locate leaking gas cylinders right off the delivery truck. An upgraded version of the XP-703D, the XP-703D-III provides auto-zeroing, longer battery life and a more compact system that detects most of the main dopant gases used in the Semiconductor industry. Very low level ...