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Sodium Phosphate Crystals Are Added to Water?

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The question or sentence fragment, sodium phosphate crystals are added to water seems to refer to a reaction prediction experiment or quiz. It could be that goal of this is to find out if there are any spectator ions, and what the equation is. If so, the equation for this process is Na(3)PO(4) + H(2)O --> H(3)PO(4) (s) + Na(2)O, and the answer to whether or not there are spectator ions is answered by Na(superscript +) and O(superscript 2-).
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Na3PO4+H2O-NaOH+H3PO4. just balance it.
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