Diazanium Hydrogen Phosphate
Diammonium Phosphate, Diammonium Hydrogen Phosphat
25 Kg Bag
Due to its comparatively high nutrient content, diammonium phosphate, a water-soluble ammonium salt, is one of the most often used phosphorus fertilizers.
Phosphoric acid and ammonia are reacted under controlled conditions to produce diammonium phosphate. The heated slurry is subsequently cooled, granulated, and sieved. It works well with low pH soil because it includes two ammonia molecules, one of which will turn back into ammonia in an alkaline environment.
Diammonium Phosphate (DAP) is prized for having an abundance of nutrients. It gives plants an easy way to get nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P), two elements that are vital to their growth and development. The nitrogen in DAP is present in the ammonium form, which soil bacteria progressively change into nitrate, which is then available to plants.
Because of its balanced nitrogen-phosphorus composition, diammonium phosphate is frequently included in mixed fertilizers. To suit the nutrient needs of various crops and soil types, it can be mixed with other fertilizers.
Yeast food, dough regulator, brewing fermentation additive, buffer, and leavening food agent are all applications for diammonium phosphate.
As a buffer and analytical reagent, diammonium phosphate is utilized. Electronic tubes, medication, printing plates, and fire safety are some of its other uses.