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What are heating effect of primary, secondary and tertiary salt of sodium phosphate?

NaH2PO4 (Primary phosphate) on heating undergo polymerization and form a stable hexamer salt (sodiummetaphosphate) which known as “CALGON” which also use as  water softener. And  Na2HPO4 (Secondary phosphate) on heating dimerised to form Sodium pyrophosphate  while no effect on (Na3PO4 )tertiary phosphate.

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