Or, for every 142 parts of phosphoric acid, there are 224 parts of lime.
The first invention was what were called "phosphoric tapers."
Reference has been made to the fact that magnesium sulphate may probably not only fix the ammonia, but the phosphoric acid.
Up started Ferdinand and put his phosphoric treasures into action.
The fireflies, too, danced and glittered on every side, leaving traces of the phosphoric light on the leaves as they passed.
These ingredients are nitrogen, phosphoric acid, and potash.
On this account molybdic acid is often used in the estimation of the phosphoric acid present in a substance.
In it, for every 142 parts of phosphoric acid, there are only 56 parts of lime.
It is much slower in its action than dried blood and supplies the crop with both nitrogen and phosphoric acid.
The fertilizer contains 10 pounds of phosphoric acid to the 100 pounds.
phosphoric phos·phor·ic (fŏs-fôr'ĭk)
Of, relating to, or containing phosphorus, especially with a valence of 5 or a valence higher than that of a comparable phosphorous compound.