Behavior in soil
Monopotassium phosphate dissolves rapidly in the soil solution, decomposing into positively contaminated potassium ions K + and phosphoric acid ions H 2 PO 4 - , HPO 4 2 - and PO 4 3- .
Potassium ions have a weak ability to migrate along the soil profile. Exceptions are sandy and sandy loamy soils with low absorption capacity. Potassium enters into interaction with the soil absorbing complex by exchange (physical and imaging) and non-exchange types of absorption.
Phosphoric acid ions in a weakly acidic environment (namely, in such conditions, plant growth is most successful) behave differently. So H 2 PO 4 - become an ideal source of phosphorus, since it does not experience any obstacles before penetrating into plant systems, HPO 4 2- is less successful in this regard, and PO 4 3- .
- practically unavailable to plants.
|a монокалийфосфат closeness is at 20°C||2338 ã/ñì3.|
|Concentrated form of fertilizer||yes|
|Mass fate of not water-soluble remain||less than 0,1 %.|
|Maximal temperature of effective action||60 hail.|
|Minimum temperature of effective action||40 hail.|
|монокалийфосфат acidity of однопроцентного solution||4,0-4,5 ед.|
|монокалийфосфат content||no less than 50%|
|монокалийфосфат content of potassium||no less than 33 %|
|монокалийфосфат content of water||no less than 0,5%|
|монокалийфосфат solubility is in 100 gs of water at 25°C||251|
|монокалийфосфат solubility is in an ethanol.||practically we will not dissolve in an ethanol.|
|монокалийфосфат temperature of melting||552,6°C|
|монокалийфосфат плавиться with decomposition||forming the phosphate of potassium (K3PO4).|