Yellow Phosphorus Price Trends
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Procurement Resource provides prices of Yellow Phosphorus for several regions, which are as follows:
- North America
- South America
- Asia Pacific
- Middle East
About Yellow Phosphorus:
Phosphorus is a chemical element and elemental phosphorus exists in two major forms- Yellow Phosphorous and red phosphorus. In general, phosphorus has a smell similar to that of garlic. Yellow Phosphorous is a soft, waxy solid, which is the most important form of elemental phosphorus. This allotrope is the least stable, the most reactive, and the most volatile one. It is not miscible in water but is miscible in carbon disulphide.
- White phosphorus
- Phosphorus yellow
- 12185-10-3 (CAS)
- Phosphorus white, molten
- 123.895048 g/mol
- Phosphoric acid of high purity
- Food processing
- Yellow Phosphorus Production from Phosphate Rock.
Yellow Phosphorous production process is an electrothermal process, and thus, the amount of energy required during its production is very high. The most important source in the production of Yellow Phosphorous is phosphate rock, which is also known as fluoroapatite.
- Guizhou Qianneng Tianhe Phosphorus Industrial Co., Ltd.
- Sichuan Chuantou Electrometallurgy Co.,Ltd (CTEC)
- Kazphosphate LLC (Taraz)
- Filo Chemical B.V.
- Excel Industries Ltd
- Prasol Chemicals Pvt. Ltd.
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The displayed pricing data is derived through weighted average purchase price, including contract and spot transactions at the specified locations unless otherwise stated. The information provided comes from the compilation and processing of commercial data officially reported for each nation (i.e. government agencies, external trade bodies, and industry publications).