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Question by regan
Submitted on 9/14/2003
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What is the product of a reaction between sodium phosphate and hydrochloric acid, i would also like the symbol equation.


Answer by ian
Submitted on 2/4/2004
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nacl + h3po4

 

Answer by Soul
Submitted on 3/11/2004
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NaH2SO4 + HCl

 

Answer by INDIA
Submitted on 7/1/2006
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NaCl + H3PO4

 

Answer by rhiannon
Submitted on 1/9/2007
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NaP3 + HCl

 

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