H3PO4 Molar mass: 97.995181
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Phosphoric acid, also known as orthophosphoric acid or phosphoric(V) acid, is a mineral (inorganic) acid having the chemical formula H3PO4. Orthophosphoric acid molecules can combine with themselves to form a variety of compounds which are also referred to as phosphoric acids, but in a more general...
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(H3PO4) A colorless crystalline solid, highly soluble in water and forming a syrupy aqueous solution. Phosphoric acid is used to flavor food, in dyeing, to clean metals, and to make phosphates. Density relative to water 1.83 M...
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phosphoric acid, any one of three chemical compounds made up of phosphorus, oxygen, and hydrogen (see acids and bases). The most common, orthophosphoric acid, H3PO4, is usually simply called phosphoric acid. Two molecules of it are formed by adding three molecules of water, H2O, to one molecule of p...
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Phosphoric acid can exist as a crystal or clear liquid. It is an oily, thick, colourless, and odourless liquid, or a thick, colourless, unstable crystalline solid. It is used in the manufacture of phosphates, such as salts, soaps, and detergents; fertilizers; yeasts; fire control agents; opal glass;...
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Type: Term Pronunciation: fos-fōr′ik as′id Definitions: 1. Orthophosphoric acid; H3PO4; a strong acid of industrial importance, m.p. 42.35°C; dilute solutions have been used as urinary acidifiers and as dressings to remove necrotic debris. In dentistry, it con...
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Acid derived from phosphorus and oxygen. Its commonest form (H3PO4) is also known as orthophosphoric acid, and is produced by the action of phosphorus pentoxide (P2O5) on water. It is used in rust removers and for rust-proofing iron and steel
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An acid that contains phosphorus and is used in medicine and dentistry. It is also used to remove rust. A dilute form of phosphoric acid is used to flavor soft drinks.
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