Phosphorus Trihydride?

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The formula for phosphorus trihydride is in the name. It is PH3. The molecule isn't stable, it is extremely flammable, toxic, and moderately corrosive.
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The formula for phosphorus trihydride is PH3. This is a combination of phosphorus (P) along with hydrogen (H) with 3 molecules. This forms the compound of an odorless ...
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