What salts will be made from phosphoric acid?


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The salts of phosphoric acid are called phosphates.

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Salts of phosphoric acid are called phosphates.

Generically, salts from phosphoric acid are "phosphates".

They are salts of the phosphoric acid; ex.: Na3PO4.

-Acetic acid and sodium acetate -Citric acid and sodium salts -Phosphoric acid and sodium/potassium salts

it contains Phosphoric Acid as well as its potassium salts K3PO4, K2HPO4, KH2PO4

The formula for phosphoric acid is H3PO4; it is made up of hydrogen, phosphorous and oxygen.

DNA is made up of nucleotides ,which are the esters of phosphoric acid;at cellular pH values ,the phosphates are present as salts. So,they are called as acids.

They include: -Hemoglobin + oxyhemoglobin =Acid/alkali K salts of phosphoric acid

phosphate salts react with strong acids and form phosphoric acid..

Frederich Stromeyer has written: 'On pyrophosphoric acid and its salts' -- subject(s): Phosphoric acid

They include: -Carbonic acid + bicarbonate -Acid/alkali Na salts of phosphoric acid -Plasma proteins + bases

No, phosphoric acid is a weak acid.

No, phosphoric acid is a covalent compound because it's made of two non metals.

there is no differences between phosphoric acid and ortho phosphoric acid

No, phosphoric acid is triprotic.

water, sugar, phosphoric acid, malic acid, and citric acid

phosphoric acid, or orthophosphoric acid

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

There is only one salt being formed when an ACID reacts with an OXIDE, the other compound is water(!)So:phosphoric acid reacts with zinc oxideto form ....zinc phosphate and water

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

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