calcium hydrogen phosphate


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calcium hydrogen phosphate

[¦kal·sē·əm ¦hī·drə·jən ′fäs‚fāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
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Japanscan Food Industry Bulletin reported in its August 2004 issue that three dental care gums--Lotte's "Xylitol Gum Mint" (with xylitol, funoran and calcium hydrogen phosphate to "maintain strong and health teeth"), Ezaki Glico's "PosCAM" (with phosphooligosaccharide calcium to "remineralize the teeth") and "Recaldent" (with a casein phosphopeptide-ACP functional ingredient also to "increase remineralization of teeth") from Cadbury Japan.
Commercially available calcium sulfate hemihydrate (CSH) powders were mixed with anhydrous calcium hydrogen phosphate (monetite) in order to develop a novel resorbable orthopedic cement.