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Furthermore there has been the issue of dealing with acidulants in baking powders, specifically Sodium Aluminium Phosphate (SALP) and Sodium Acid Pyrophosphates (SAPP).
Mr Flower added that the cause of death was respiratory arrest resulting from aluminium phosphate toxicity.
It has been attributed to increased charge repulsion between P ions and surface negative charges, to increased concentration of solution hydroxyl ions, leading to competition with P ions for sorption sites (Eze and Loganathan 1990), and to enhanced solubilisation of the amorphous aluminium phosphate (White and Taylor 1977).