Phosphatum

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Phosphatum.

Phosphatum est grex chemicus de acido phosphorico H3PO4 derivatus. Ion PO3−
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(quod est anion) valorem pH altam requirit. Greges phosphati in metabolismo magnum momentum habent et in morborum certis[1].

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Vervloet M. G., Sezer S., Massy Z. A., Johansson L., Cozzolino M., Fouque D. (2017). "The role of phosphate in kidney disease". Nature Reviews. Nephrology 13 (1): 27-38 

Nexus interni

stipula Haec stipula ad chemiam spectat. Amplifica, si potes!