(WO2008061535) World Patent Office
Strontium camphorate, strontium carbonate, strontium chloride, strontium citrate, strontium ethanesulfonate strontium fumarate, strontium gluconate, strontium lactate, strontium malate, strontium maleate, strontium malonate, strontium methanesulfonate, strontium nitrate, strontium oxalate, strontium phosphate, strontium ranelate (patented), strontium silicate, strontium succinate, strontium sulphate and strontium tartrate.
“Therefore the weight ratio of strontium to calcium should not be less than 1 .
It is further considered that an increase effect is obtained if the amount of strontium exceeds the amount of calcium.
Thus it is preferred that the weight ratio of strontium to calcium is more than 1 , such as more than 1.2, or such as more than 1.5, or such as more than 1 .8, or such as more than 2, or such as more than 5, or such as more than 10, or such as more than 15, or such as more than 20, or such as more than 25.”
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