What is NaPO4?


Na3PO4 :).
Q&A Related to "What is NaPO4?"
NaPO4 is not electronically balanced. Na is Na+ and PO4 is PO43- So you have to write
H+ + PO4- - HPO4. HPO4 is not a strong acid so it is not fully soluble. NaCl is fully soluble so it does not show up in the net ionic equation.
Al(OH)3 has an aluminum oxidation number of +3. The formula unit is also Al(OH)3. Na3PO4 - the PO4 is -3 so each Na is +1. Na2SO4 - the SO4 is -2 so (again) the Na is +1. Na +1; Cl
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