Calcium-phosphate meaning

A white amorphous powder, Ca3 (PO4 )2 , used in ceramics, rubber, fertilizers, and plastic stabilizers and as a food supplement.
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A dibasic white crystalline powder, CaHPO4 , used as an animal food, as a plastic stabilizer, and in glass and toothpaste.
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A monobasic colorless deliquescent powder, Ca(H2 PO4 )2 , used in baking powders, as a plant food, as a plastic stabilizer, and in glass.
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Any of a number of phosphates of calcium found in bones, teeth, etc. and used in medicine and in the manufacture of enamels, glass, cleaning agents, etc.
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Any of three powdery phosphates of calcium.
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A colorless powder used in baking powders, as a plant food, as a plastic stabilizer, and in glass. Calcium phosphate is deliquescent, and will dissolve in the water it absorbs from the atmosphere if it is not kept in a closed container. Chemical formula: Ca(H2PO4)2.
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A white crystalline powder used as an animal food, as a plastic stabilizer, and in glass and toothpaste. Chemical formula: CaHPO4.
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A white powder that is used in ceramics, rubber, fertilizers, and for various purposes in the food industry. Chemical formula: Ca3(PO4)2.
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(inorganic chemistry) The calcium salt or phosphoric acid, Ca3(PO4)2, or of several related acids; it is the main mineral of bone.
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