from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In chem., containing two atoms of sodium, as the common phosphate of soda of commerce, Na2HPO4.12H2O.


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  • An _equivalent solution of phosphoric oxide_ is made by dissolving 25.21 grams of crystallised hydric disodic phosphate (HNa_ {2} PO_ {4}. 12H_ {2} O) in water, and making up to 1 litre. 100 c.c. will contain 0.5 gram of phosphoric oxide (P_ {2} O_ {5}), or 0.2183 gram of phosphorus.

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