Definitions for "Phosphate"
A salt of phosphoric acid.
the fertilizer form of phosphorus. Usually considered the actual flower producing mineral.
(PO4-3) The PO4-3 ion. A compound containing the PO4-3 ion.
A substance used in the body for healthy bone formation.
PO34-; a mineral that often participates in permineralization
a substance (called an electrolyte) that carries an electrical charge when dissolved in blood. Most of the body's phosphate (about 85%) is found in bones. The rest of it is stored in tissues throughout the body. (Electrolytes are minerals found naturally in the body. They include potassium, calcium, sodium, and magnesium. Electrolytes are needed to fight infection and to keep the body's balance of fluids at the proper level and to maintain normal functions, such as heart rhythm, muscle contraction, and brain function.)
A traditional corrosion inhibitor, providing broad protection for cast iron as well as for aluminum. Phosphate has a tendency when used with hardwater to form hard water scale which can damage an engines cooling system. Always use good quality water.
Keywords:  group
phosphate group