Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation

Animals, Agriculture & Food
Animals Agriculture Food
Method To Make Phosphoric Acid And Ammonium Phosphates From Phosphate Minerals
WARF: P190034US02

Inventors: Phillip Barak

The Invention
A method of producing phosphoric acid from at least one mineral containing phosphate and an element which is calcium, magnesium, iron, or aluminum. The method includes contacting the at least one mineral (or a combination of them) with a cation exchanger for a time and at a temperature sufficient to yield phosphoric acid from the mineral.
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