Steve Turner

2003-07-09 23:28:53 UTC

3Ca(Po3)2+10C

The "10C" means nothing as written. Either this is some sort of amisprint, or it's taken from an equation. Are you trying to make

phosphorus?

formula missing)

not a minerologist. But the formula:

3Ca(PO3)2

is still problematic. At the very least, calcium phosphite should be

written Ca3(PO3)2, and I'm not even sure if this form of calcium

phosphite exists.

Again, it would be helpful to know the context of the original.

Steve Turner

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