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Indium Phosphate

Indium phosphate is dark gray crystalline powder, which is a kind of indium salt. It loses crystalline water at 350℃ and forms indium pyrophsophate. However it turns out amorphous indium phosphate at 640℃. But it decompose at 1800℃. InPO4 tend to compound with alkali metals and forms double salt. It is hard to dissolve in water. Indium hydroxide is the raw material

Indium Phosphate

CAS No.:14693-82-4Molecular Formula:InPO4Molecular Weight:209.79Density:4.9
Melting Point:1600℃   


Indium phosphate is additive to special glass.