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The thermal decomposition of disodium hydrophosphate

NaH2PO4 → NaPO3 + H2O
or
6NaH2PO4 → (NaPO3)6 + 6H2O




The thermal decomposition of disodium hydrophosphate to produce sodium metaphosphate and water. This reaction takes place at a temperature of 220-250°C.

Calcining disodium hydrophosphate.

NaPO3 - Graham's salt.


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Сoding to search: NaH2PO4 cnd [ temp ] = NaPO3 { NaPO36 } + H2O

Add / Edited: 29.12.2014 /

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