3Ca(PO3)2+10C story 
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 3Ca(PO3)2+10C story
The original formula is from a British patent from 1953, electric current
generator.
It calls for 30 milligrams of  the mixture the compounds and their
proportions by weight are as follows:
1 part Co (No3) 2 6H2O
2 parts CdCl2
3 parts 3Ca (PO3) 2+10C
----------------------------

In the J.T. Baker catalogue I found only
Monobasic: Ca(H2PO4)2.H2O
Diabasic: CaHPO4
Tribasic: Ca5(OH)(PO4)3
but I couldn't find 3Ca(PO3)2+10C  what it's called for?
It could be just a mumbo jumbo like in the rest of the patents, because
don't have to show a working model to get the patent accepted.

I did Internet search and I got here,
http://www.***.com/
 cannot read it, could be Chinese, and found this:

Ca3(PO4)2+2H2SO4 == Ca(H2PO4)2+2CaSO4
Ca(H2PO4)2 == Ca(PO3)2+2H2O
3Ca(PO3)2+10C == Ca3(PO4)2+4P+10CO

The first part of the last line is matching the formula, 10C in it too, but
still not much help to me.

Thanks for all of your help,

Attila



Sun, 25 Dec 2005 18:56:49 GMT
 3Ca(PO3)2+10C story

Quote:

>The original formula is from a British patent from 1953, electric current
>generator.
>It calls for 30 milligrams of  the mixture the compounds and their
>proportions by weight are as follows:
>1 part Co (No3) 2 6H2O
>2 parts CdCl2
>3 parts 3Ca (PO3) 2+10C
>but I couldn't find 3Ca(PO3)2+10C  what it's called for?
>It could be just a mumbo jumbo like in the rest of the patents, because
>don't have to show a working model to get the patent accepted.

Patents are notoriously bad sources for technical information.  They
are rife with misprints and typos, and are often deliberately
misleading.

Do you have a patent number?

Quote:
>I did Internet search and I got here,
>http://www.thirdclassroom.net/htmlib/400941027994287.html
> cannot read it, could be Chinese, and found this:

>Ca3(PO4)2+2H2SO4 == Ca(H2PO4)2+2CaSO4
>Ca(H2PO4)2 == Ca(PO3)2+2H2O
>3Ca(PO3)2+10C == Ca3(PO4)2+4P+10CO

This is the classical process for extracting phosphorus from its ores.

Steve Turner

Real address contains worldnet instead of spamnet



Mon, 26 Dec 2005 07:40:48 GMT
 3Ca(PO3)2+10C story
Patent # GB 763062
Could be any phosphate will be usable in the mixture.

Attila Veres


Quote:

> >The original formula is from a British patent from 1953, electric current
> >generator.
> >It calls for 30 milligrams of  the mixture the compounds and their
> >proportions by weight are as follows:
> >1 part Co (No3) 2 6H2O
> >2 parts CdCl2
> >3 parts 3Ca (PO3) 2+10C

> >but I couldn't find 3Ca(PO3)2+10C  what it's called for?
> >It could be just a mumbo jumbo like in the rest of the patents, because
> >don't have to show a working model to get the patent accepted.

> Patents are notoriously bad sources for technical information.  They
> are rife with misprints and typos, and are often deliberately
> misleading.

> Do you have a patent number?

> >I did Internet search and I got here,
> >http://www.thirdclassroom.net/htmlib/400941027994287.html
> > cannot read it, could be Chinese, and found this:

> >Ca3(PO4)2+2H2SO4 == Ca(H2PO4)2+2CaSO4
> >Ca(H2PO4)2 == Ca(PO3)2+2H2O
> >3Ca(PO3)2+10C == Ca3(PO4)2+4P+10CO

> This is the classical process for extracting phosphorus from its ores.

> Steve Turner

> Real address contains worldnet instead of spamnet



Mon, 26 Dec 2005 09:15:20 GMT
 
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