SHMP

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SHMPSodium Hexametaphosphate (chemistry)
SHMPSeismic Hazard Mapping Program (Department of Conservation; California)
SHMPState Hazard Mitigation Program (various states)
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And don't forget the sodium hexametaphosphate, BHA, BHT, sodium nitrite, carrageenan, and other top-notch ingredients sprinkled throughout the DEVOURS.
4]> Sigma--Aldrich), hydrochloric acid (HCl, Sic Company, assay 30%), and sodium hexametaphosphate (Fine Chem, [Na.
454% Stannous Fluoride Sodium Hexametaphosphate Dentifrice
Carol Cheow, general manager of Cactus Botanies, discussed the recent adulterative agent sodium hexametaphosphate, which was discovered in some chondroitin sulfate material.
Chinese scientists investigated the effects of different types and concentrations of emulsifying salts--trisodium citrate, tetrasodium pyrophosphate, sodium tripolyphosphate, sodium hexametaphosphate and disodium orthophosphate--on the physicochemical properties of processed cheese.
The six negative charges on each molecule of sodium hexametaphosphate attached to the clay surfaces increased the net charge to very high values, and the clay dispersion.
The original version of Calgon consisted of sodium hexametaphosphate, a chemical that would sequester calcium--it appeared to be gone
03%) and sucrose (1%) (Qualigens Fine Chemicals, Mumbai), sodium hexametaphosphate (Shital Enterprise, Ahmedabad), sodium nitrite (Merck Specialities Private Ltd.
In present study sodium silicate (SS), sodium hexametaphosphate (SHMP), sodium pyrophosphate (SPP), and ethylene-diamine-tetraacetatic-acid (EDTA) dispersants were used.
In 2005, a stannous fluoride sodium hexametaphosphate (SFSH) formula * was introduced offering protection against a broad range of health and cosmetic conditions commonly experienced by patients.
The key is Crest ProHealth's exclusive polyfluorite system, which is a combination of stannous fluoride and sodium hexametaphosphate.
According to Jane Hersey, Director of the Feingold Association, Easter candies can contain sodium Hexametaphosphate, Malic Acid, Blue 1, Mineral Oil, PGPR, Red 40, Magnesium Stearate, Yellow 5, Sorbitan Mono stearate, Blue 2, Polysorbate 60, Invertase, Yellow 6.