Also, a phosphate fertilizer product called monocalcium phosphate or dicalcium phosphate or tricalcium phosphate contains 1% fluoride.
What does TCP stand for?
TCP stands for Tricalcium Phosphate (calcium salt)
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- Transmission by Carrier Pigeon
- Transmission Control Protocol (with Internet Protocol [IP], the main protocol of the Internet)
- Transport Control Protocol
- Transportation Charter Permit
- Transportation Control Plan
- Tratado de Comercio de los Pueblos (Spanish)
- Treaty Commission Process (Canada)
- Tri-Cities Paranormal (Kingsport, TN)
- Trial Color Proof (philatelic color test stamp)
- Tribal Consultation Policy (US DHHS)
- Trichlorophenol (antiseptic)
- Trichlorophenylmethyliodosalicyl (proprietary germicide)
- Tricresyl Phosphate (plasticizer and lubricant)
- Trident Control Program (Trident submarines)
- Triple Crown Productions (horse racing)
- Tripulante Cabina de Pasajeros (Spanish: Passenger Cabin Crew; aviation)
- Tripycrylbenzene (very high temperature explosive)
- Trivalent Chromium Pretreatment
- Tropical Canine Pancytopenia
Samples in periodicals archive:
Inorganic amendments, tricalcium phosphate and rock phosphate, were gifts from the Agronomy Division of the Nigerian Institute for Oil Palm Research, Benin City.
The relative high Ca:nPP ratio might form insoluble tricalcium phosphate in the intestinal tract, which was excreted out without utilization and contributed to bone loss (Heaney and Nordin, 2002).
A useful polymer is polylactic acid; the ceramic may be calcium carbonate, calcium sulfate, tricalcium phosphate, or tetracalcium phosphate.
Tricalcium phosphate may be used as the calcium source in some products.
Tricalcium phosphate implants have been used for two decades as synthetic bone void fillers in orthopaedic and dental applications (95,118).
The degree of bleeding was controlled when calcium compounds were added to the color paste: calcium chloride, calcium acetate, calcium hydroxide, calcium citrate, tricalcium phosphate and calcium lactate.