Talk:Boron phosphate

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Boron phosphate uses covalent bonding to connect atoms of boron, oxygen, and phosphorus. Amwest Technonology Company has produced ultra pure (> 99.95%) and micrometer sized superfine BPO4 particles.


Is boron phosphate a salt? Or it is something like mixed oxide or inorganic polymer? (talk) 13:16, 3 November 2013 (UTC)