What is the molar mass of sodium phosphate?

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The molar mass of sodium phosphate Na3PO4 is 164gmol−1

Molar mass of sodium phosphate = (3×23 Na + 1×31 p+4×16 O) =164gmol−1

Sodium phosphate is a conventional term for an assortment of salts of sodium (Na+) and phosphate (PO4−3). Tri sodium phosphate, otherwise called sodium phosphate, is a chemical compound with the equation Na3PO4. It is essential. It once in the past was utilized in cleansers, however the phosphate energized algal sprouts. It is made by consolidating sodium hydroxide and phosphoric corrosive. The Monosodium phosphate (MSP), otherwise called monobasic sodium phosphate and sodium dihydrogen phosphate, is an inorganic compound of sodium with a dihydrogen phosphate (H2PO4) anion.

Example 1

What is the molar mass of sodium hydroxide?

Solution

The molar mass of sodium hydroxide NaOH is 39.997 g/mol

(23×1 Na) + (16×1 O)+ (0.997×1) = 39.997 g/mol

Example 2

What is the molar mass of Sodium Oxide ?

Solution

Molar mass of sodium oxide NaO is 61.9789 g/mol

(23×1 Na) + (16×1 O) = 61.9789 g/mol

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