Na2HPO4 is the chemical formula for disodium phosphate. This is a water soluble, white powder that is a sodium salt of phosphoric acid. It is commonly added as a anti-caking agent to powdered materials.
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Chemically, this is known as Disodium hydrogen phosphate. It can also be referred to as disodium hydrogen orthophosphate or sodium phosphate dibasic. This compound is not to be confused
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According to Brønsted Lowry any compound that can transfer a proton to any other compound is an acid, and the compound that accepts the proton is a base. Atomically the structure
Na2HPO4 is more commonly known as disodium phosphate or disodium hydrogen phosphate. Well, wikipedia has a whole article on it: Disodium phosphate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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