What is the molecular structure of phosphoric acid?


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2017-07-25 17:54:46
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Phosphoric acid has a pseudo-tetrahedral shape.

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The rmm of phosphoric acid is 97.976898.

I don't think so.poly phosphoric acid and phosphoric acid have same moleculer structure.

Molecular formula of Phosphoric acid is H3PO4. it is also known as orthophosphoric acid.

The molecular formula for phosphoric acid is H3PO4. I'll assume you can count.

The empirical formula for phosphoric acid is H3PO4. Its molecular formula is P2O5·3H2O. It is composed of the elements hydrogen, phosphorus and oxygen. Most solutions of phosphoric acid are composed of some amount of H3PO4 in water, H2O.For more information about phosphoric acid, see the Web Links to the left.

No, phosphoric acid is a weak acid.

there is no differences between phosphoric acid and ortho phosphoric acid

No, phosphoric acid is triprotic.

phosphoric acid, or orthophosphoric acid

No Urea phosphate: (NH2)2CO + H3PO4 Uric acid : over on the left uric acid contains a urea-structure, but there is no phosphate/phosphoric acid in the structure.

No, phosphoric acid is classed as a strong acid. It dissociates completely.

Phosphoric acid was discovered in 1770 by K...bone ash (1774) and produced phosphoric acidby the action of nitric

0.7 ml of 85% phosphoric acid into 1000 mL= 0.01 M of phosphoric acid

How do you make phosphoric. Acid into hypophosphite

The Chemical symbol for Phosphoric acid is H3PO4

Don't you mean "Where did Phosphoric Acid come from?"

Does phosphoric acid reduce the meats pH

phosphoric acid (unlike the 3- phophate) is neutral.

The salts of phosphoric acid are called phosphates.

Generically, salts from phosphoric acid are "phosphates".

The molar mass of phosphoric acid is 97,99 g.

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