Phosphoric Acid (systematically called phosphoric(V) acid) falls within the class of inorganic acids and is represented with the formula H3PO4. The numerous compounds of this highly water-soluble chemical are generally named phosphoric acids as well. Phosphoric Acid of extreme concentration and purity is made by a “thermal, or hot process”. The substance is also made by dissolving tricalcium phosphate in sulphuric acid (a “wet process”), as well as by way of utilizing a kiln.
Phosphoric Acid is created in mass quantities due to its relative inexpensiveness and wide use. Its key application, perhaps, is in the making of various phosphates. The chemical is also a perfect flavouring agent for various foods. Following citric acid, it is also the most popular additive to food (with a code of E338 in Europe). Further, Phosphoric Acid is exploited as a rust converter, in fertilizers, medicine preparations, detergents and cosmetics, in the electronics and flame retardant fields.
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