silver orthophosphate

silver orthophosphate

[′sil·vər ¦ȯr·thō′fäs‚fāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
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Dr Zhiguo Yi from the Australian National University (ANU) and collaborators in Australia, China and Japan have proven that a simple chemical based on silver, called silver orthophosphate, can produce gaseous oxygen from water when exposed to visible light.
The silver orthophosphate we use is no exception," says Yi, who first discovered the new property while working in Japan.
The 18in high machine contains silver orthophosphate, a solid yellow powder which can seriously damage the eyes.