Ca3(PO4)2 + H2SO4 2 CaHPO4 + CaSO4

Reactants:

  • Ca3(PO4)2Tricalcium bis(phosphate) source: wikipedia, accessed on: 2019-09-28
    • Other names: Tricalcium phosphate source: wikipedia, accessed on: 2019-09-28source: wikidata, accessed on: 2019-09-02, Tribasic calcium phosphate source: wikipedia, accessed on: 2019-09-28source: wikidata, accessed on: 2019-09-02, Bone phosphate of lime source: wikidata, accessed on: 2019-09-02
    • Appearance: White amorphous powder source: wikipedia, accessed on: 2019-09-28
  • H2SO4Sulfuric acid source: wikipedia, accessed on: 2019-09-27source: wikidata, accessed on: 2019-09-07source: NIOSH NPG, accessed on: 2019-09-02
    • Other names: Oil of vitriol source: wikipedia, accessed on: 2019-09-27source: wikidata, accessed on: 2019-09-07source: ICSC, accessed on: 2019-09-04source: NIOSH NPG, accessed on: 2019-09-02, Sulfuric acid, concentrated (> 51% and < 100%) source: ICSC, accessed on: 2019-09-04, H2SO4 source: wikidata, accessed on: 2019-09-07
    • Appearance: Clear, colorless liquid source: wikipedia, accessed on: 2019-09-27; Odourless colourless oily hygroscopic liquid source: ICSC, accessed on: 2019-09-04; Colorless to dark-brown, oily, odorless liquid. [Note: Pure compound is a solid below 51°F. Often used in an aqueous solution.] source: NIOSH NPG, accessed on: 2019-09-02

Products:

  • CaHPO4Calcium hydrogen phosphate source: wikipedia, accessed on: 2019-09-27
    • Other names: Dicalcium phosphate source: wikipedia, accessed on: 2019-09-27source: wikidata, accessed on: 2019-09-02, Phosphoric acid calcium salt (1:1) source: wikipedia, accessed on: 2019-09-27, Calcium monohydrogen phosphate source: wikidata, accessed on: 2019-09-02
    • Appearance: White powder source: wikipedia, accessed on: 2019-09-27
  • CaSO4
    • Names: Calcium sulfate source: wikipedia, accessed on: 2019-09-27source: wikidata, accessed on: 2019-09-02source: NIOSH NPG, accessed on: 2019-09-02, Plaster of Paris source: wikipedia, accessed on: 2019-09-27, Drierite source: wikipedia, accessed on: 2019-09-27
    • Appearance: White solid source: wikipedia, accessed on: 2019-09-27; White hygroscopic powder or crystalline powder source: ICSC, accessed on: 2019-09-04; Odorless, white powder or colorless, crystalline solid. [Note: May have blue, gray, or reddish tinge.] source: NIOSH NPG, accessed on: 2019-09-02