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E 442


E 442 is obtained from ammonia and phosphorylated fatty acids. 
E 442 is used as an emulsifier in foods. 
E 442 is obtained from animal or vegetable edible fatty acids. 



MOLECULAR WEIGHT: 149.09 g/mol



E 442 is generally used in chocolate products and bakery products.
E 442 is the inorganic compound with the formula (NH4)3PO4. 
E 442 is the ammonium salt of orthophosphoric acid. 
In contrast to the unstable nature of the triammonium salts, E 442 is stable materials that are commonly used as fertilizers to provide plants with fixed nitrogen and phosphorus.
E 442 is the salt of ammonia and phosphoric acid ((NH4)3PO4), which is difficult to produce because of the inherent instability:
E 442 dissolves in water and dissolves rapidly in sufficiently moist soil. 
Growers apply granular mono ammonium phosphate near the plant's growing roots or in surface bands. 

In addition, E 442 is widely spread on the land and mixed with the soil. 
E 442 is used as a foliar spray or added to irrigation water.
E 442 should not be mixed with calcium or magnesium fertilizers.
There are various uses in the agricultural field.
Since all the nitrogen in the fertilizer is ammonia nitrogen, E 442 is controlled in terms of plants. 
If this substance is used in drip irrigation, if the pH value of the fertilized water is created in a light and acidic way, all the necessary substances can be easily taken by the plants.

E 442 is a widely used source of phosphorus and nitrogen. 
These substances used in the fertilizer industry are in the content of solid fertilizers. 
E 442 can be done by applying simple methods. 
After this process, the solidification process is carried out. 
In the other method, E 442 is the process of mixing with different fertilizers. 
E 442 fertilizer is a fertilizer containing the highest amount of phosphate among the phosphorus fertilizers. 

E 442 does not contain any harmful substances and does not harm plants. 
The application of E 442 is made into the soil before planting. 
E 442 is also used for main fertilization and pre-sowing fertilization of fruit crops, grape vines, plants and flowers. 
E 442 is manufactured by mixing together ammonium phosphate and urea in a molten condition. 
Considerable heat is generated which transform the ammonium phosphate to the molten state. 
E 442 includes a group of nitrogen phosphorus materials.
E 442 is a high source of elemental nitrogen used as an ingredient in certain fertilizers. 

E 442 is also used in thermoplastic formulations as a flame retardant.
E 442 adds nitrogen and phosphates to the lawns which lack the nutrients. 
E 442 is a fast-release fertilizer that can be used for new grass planting, cleaning, monitoring, or lawn renovation.
E 442 is soluble in water, and ammonia loses and the acid phosphate (NH4)(H2PO4) is formed as the aqueous solution on the boil. 
E 442 is a high source of elemental nitrogen used as an ingredient in certain fertilizers. This is also used in thermoplastic formulations as a flame retardant.

E 442 is a salt that is made up of ammonia and phosphorus, and its chemical formula is (NH4)3PO4.  
However, this is a very unstable salt and due to how unstable it is, it is not exactly a salt worth a lot of commercial value. 
E 442 can be formed by combining phosphoric acid along with ammonia, or by adding a lot more ammonia with acid phosphate. 
For E 442 to be used commercially, it is mostly obtained from crystalline powders. 

E 442 is used as a leavening agent during the process of bakingIts interaction with heat, results in instant evaporation without leaving any residue of ammonia.
Due to the ability of rapidly dissolving and becoming soluble, E 442 works as an effective fertilizer. 
E 442 has two crucial elements embedded in them, the ammonium and phosphate, both of which are highly beneficial to the plants.
E 442 also works great as a plant revitalize.
E 442 can also be used as a great ingredient for dry chemical extinguisher.

E 442 is a water soluble fertilizer. 
E 442 contains 12% N (nitrogen) and 61% P2O5 (phosphate). 
This fertilizer has the highest phosphorous content among others, which contain phosphorous. 
Due to its low nitrogen content this is the most appropriate way of supplying phosphorous to plants. 
As E 442 does not contain any hazardous chemicals such as chlorine, sodium or heavy metals, it can safely be used for any kind of plants. 

E 442 is the salt of ammonia and phosphoric acid. 
With a chemical formula of E 442 is found in crystalline powder form, and is soluble in water.
E 442, dibasic is an instance of the compound where there are two replaceable hydrogen atoms, whereas the monobasic example has only one hydrogen atom to donate to the base within the acid-base reaction of the ammonium and phosphate.
E 442 is an inorganic compound that is a composition of ammonia and phosphoric acid. 
E 442 is colorless and an unstable salt. 
E 442 is found in crystalline form and is soluble in water. 

E 442 is rich in elemental nitrogen, it is used in certain fertilizers for the plants.
E 442 is used in dry chemical fire extinguishers as an important ingredient.
E 442 is used as a leavening agent in baking.
E 442 is the salt of two substances that are the ammonium and phosphate. 
Moreover, E 442 is highly unstable and it is a compound that has the formula (NH4)3PO4. 
Because of its instability, E 442 is elusive and it does not have any commercial value.



E 442 is an easy to use material in terms of storage and transportation. 
E 442 is used as a feed additive for animals with high purity.
In the application of mono ammonium phosphate, it can be used in various irrigation techniques with the dissolving method.
E 442 increases the resistance of plants to stress and diseases.
E 442 provides balance during the reproductive phase.
In the formation of adverse conditions, it has stimulating effects on the growth of the shoots, provides flowering and affects the growth of fruits.

E 442 provides the development of endurance properties of fruits.
E 442 is a broad generic name for a variety of fertilizer materials containing both nitrogen and phosphate.
E 442 is used as a solid fertilizer but can also be utilized in solution.
E 442 is used as components of intumescent paints and mastics where they function as an acid catalyst.
E 442 is used in paints in which pentaerythritol is the carbonific component and melamine is the specific compound.






-aasay: ≥99.0% (T)
-impurities: insoluble matter, passes filter test
-pH: 7.5-9.0 (25 °C, 1 M in H2O)
-mp: 155 °C (dec.) (lit.)
-solubility: H2O: 1 M at 20 °C, clear, colorless



-Density: 1.619 g/cubic cm
-Molecular Weight/ Molar Mass: 149.09 g/mol
-Boiling Point: 130°C
-Melting Point: 155 °C (311 °F; 428 K) decomposes
-Chemical Formula: H9N2O4P



-Appearance: White, tetrahedral crystals
-Complexity: 46.5
-Covalently-Bonded Unit: 3
-Hydrogen Bond Donor: 3
-Solubility: Readily soluble in water
-Solubility pH: 4 to 4.5



The molecular formula of Ammonium Phosphate is (NH4)3PO4.
Ammonium Phosphate is a crystalline solid with a white appearance.
E 442 has odour of ammonia.
E 442 is soluble in water and has a pH range is 4-4.5.
E 442's Melting Point is 155oC and boiling point is 130oC.
E 442's density is 1.619 g/cm3 with molar mass 149.09 g/mol.



E 442 goes through a decomposition reaction to give products such as phosphoric acid and ammonia. 
E 442 reacts with zinc nitrate to form the products zinc phosphate and ammonium nitrate.



E 442 is stored in closed, cold and dry buildings. 


Ammonium sodium phosphate
azanium;sodium;hydrogen phosphate
Ammonium sodium hydrogenorthophosphate
Phosphoric acid, monoammonium monosodium salt
EINECS 235-860-8













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