silver phosphate

silver phosphate

[′sil·vər ′fä‚sfāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
Ag3PO4 A poisonous, yellow powder; darkens when heated or exposed to light; soluble in acids and in ammonium carbonate, very slightly soluble in water; melts at 849°C; used in photographic emulsions and in pharmaceuticals, and as a catalyst. Also known as silver orthophosphate.
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