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Zinc Phosphite, ZnHPO3

Zinc Phosphite, 2ZnHPO3.5H2O, is prepared by neutralising a solution of phosphorus trichloride in water with sodium carbonate and adding zinc sulphate at boiling heat. It is very soluble, does not alter over sulphuric acid, decomposes into ZnHPO3.2H2O between 100° C. and 120° C., and loses all its water at 250° C. The anhydrous salt was also prepared by diluting a solution of the hydrated salt in free acid.

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