Until a year ago, phosphate mining had left gashes up to dozens of meters deep here.
Their presence points to a source for the phosphate of lime.
After the phosphate is reduced to powder, it is mixed with acid.
phosphate of ammonia is cheap enough to allow of its introduction into common use, so that it may be employed at each wash.
Maybe it was only the name of a man, or a grass, or a sort of phosphate.
Near the factory where she worked was a shed covering a subterranean passage leading to the phosphate mine.
If the phosphate of lime in the manure, containing 40 per cent.
The residue is mixed with phosphate of lime or carbonate of zinc, pressed into moulds and dried.
On the other hand, there are phosphate compounds that act as poisons.
Obscure they are, fixed, in the bone, locked up in phosphate of lime.
phosphate phos·phate (fŏs'fāt')
A salt or an ester of phosphoric acid. adj.
Containing the trivalent radical PO4.