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|Molar mass||120.09 g mol−1|
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Monopotassium phosphite is used primarily as a water-soluble fertilizer. It can be formed by the reaction of a potassium ion (e.g. from potassium hydroxide) with an equimolar amount of phosphorous acid.
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