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Compounds containing phosphorus and nitrogen are known as useful substances showingflame-retardingeffect. There are many kinds of P-N compounds. Among them, ammonium polyphosphates (APP) and some melamine phosphates are known as effective fireproofing compounds. These compounds are halogen-free frame retardants and therefore, environmentally friendly. In this paper, preparation of APP and melamine phosphates, and their application to flame retardation of organic polymer material (polypropylene) will be given.
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