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  • Phosphorus Solid elemental    phosphorus exists in several allotropic forms -- white, red , and black . The most commercially important is white (elemental) phosphorus. Red phosphorus is also important commercially. Black phosphorus has been prepared only in a few laboratories.
  • White phosphorus is thermodynamically unstable at normal condition and will gradually change to red phosphorus. This transformation, which is accelerated by light and heat, makes white phosphorus almost always contain some red phosphorus and therefore appear yellow. For this reason, it is also called yellow phosphorus.
  • Elemental phosphorus is produced by an energy-intensive process that involves smelting phosphate ore in submerged-arc electric furnaces.
  • White Phosphorus is used in military operations as weapon
  • Phosphorus is absorbed by plants as H2PO4–, HPO4 = or PO4 = depending upon soil pH.Stimulates early root formation and growth–gets plants off to a good start and forms a root filter system in the soil to efficiently pick up the other available plant nutrients and water. Improves the strength and stamina of the plant.
  • Elemental phosphorus (P)–catches fire spontaneously when exposed to the air. It is actually poisonous to plants in concentrated forms
  • The world’s farmers need to have sufficient access to phosphorus fertilizers in the long-term to feed humanity, without compromising the environment, livelihoods and
  • There are no substitutes for phosphorus in agriculture
  • Recovery of phosphorus from waste streams as struvite and recycling those nutrients into agriculture as fertilizer appears promising, particularly in agricultural manure and municipal waste water treatment plants
  • The current system of mining and processing phosphate rock, international transport and storage, fertilizer application, harvest, food processing, retailing, storage and final consumption is inefficient and presents many opportunities for both increasing efficiency throughout the system, and for capturing used phosphorus in human and animal excreta and food and crop residues.
  • Product profile
  • Phosphate Rock
  • About Matches
  • Safety Matches
  • Phosphorus sesquisulfide


  • Properties
  • Red Phosphorus and Potassium Chlorate
  • Flame Redardant
  • Red Phosphorus powder
  • Structure of amorphous
    red phosphorus
  • Fact sheet - white phosphorus
  • Phosphorus sesquisulfide
  • Corrosion


  • Elemental Phosphorus Production
  • Phosphorus recovery from wastewater
  • Phosphorus removal from waste water
  • Phosphorus removal from meat processing waste water
  • Dicalcium phosphate
  • Struvite role in phosphorus recovery and recycling
  • Phosphorus Recovery from Sewage Sludge Ash by a Wet chemical Process
  • Enhancing phosphorus recovery by a new internal recycle seeding MAP reactor
  • Struvite removal from Urine
  • Analytic Method


  • Information profile
  • Future of Phosphorus
  • Agro Chemicals - Market
  • Chinese strategy
  • Consultant - market information



  • Phosphorus Fertilization
  • Animal nutrition
  • White Phosphorus
  • Safety Matches
  • Orthophosphoric acid
  • Plant Nutrients
  • Wood Stick Matches
  • Beverages
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Nutrient Application
  • Herbicide


  • Pressure induced polyamorphic transitions
  • Smoke microencapsulation
  • Phosphate rock - 2008
  • Marketable Phosphate Rock - 2008
  • Phosphate Rock - year book2007
  • Phosphorus Sources for
    Potato Production
  • Tomato Cultivation
  • Closing the Phosphorus Cycle.
  • Phosphorus Regulation and Management

Regulatory Issues

  • White phosphorus
  • Red phosphorus
  • Phosphorus Control in Water and Wastewater
  • Environment Issues
  • Green House Gases
  • Cleaning agents
  • Health concern
  • Emission Standards
  • Chemical Emergency


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