Dibasic calcium phosphate is produced by the neutralization ofÃÂ calcium hydroxideÃÂ withÃÂ phosphoric acid, which precipitates the dihydrate as a solid. At 60ÃÂ ÃÂÃÂ°C the anhydrous form is precipitated
- Chemical Formula : FeSO4.7H2O
- Physical Aspect: Blue transparent crystal or powder, soluble in water.
- Chemical characteristics : FeSO4.7H2O : 99.5 %
- Non-toxic nature
Dibasic calcium phosphate dihydrate is formed in "brushite" calcium phosphate cements (CPC's), which have medical applications. An example of the overall setting reaction in the formation of "ÃÂÃÂ²-TCP/MCPM" (ÃÂÃÂ²-tricalcium phosphate/monocalcium phosphate) calcium phosphate cements is:
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