Inipol EAP 22 for its
Phosphorus source and surfactant:
in 7-28-89 originally had Tri(laureth-4)-phosphate
Another clue that Exxon's Inipol EAP 22
was more a surfactant than 'fertilizer'
For one Phosphorus element, there are
And to make sure Inipol EAP 22 was really strong with surfactants & emulsifiers,
2-Butoxyethanol CAS Nr 111-76-2
10-12% of product by weight
Regarding the lauded use of bioremediation
... in particular
Inipol EAP 22
It's not much of a fertilizer considering it has a C:N:P ratio of 62:5:1 *
The key: This was an Exxon product: per Exxon's MSDS for it 7-28-89
(Yes, then it was an Exxon product with MSDS produced by Exxon),
It may really be a "surfactant",
but, by calling it a "fertilizer"
(which technically it could be considered to be),
there would be far greater public acceptance of it being sprayed onto a beach.
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