Phosphates are chemical derivatives of phosphoric acid. They are inorganic chemicals with the conjugate base to form many different salts. They are salt of a phosphoric acid. Their inorganic minerals are mined from deposits of clay. Organic phosphates are widely used in biochemistry and biogeochemistry. On the other hand, inorganic phosphates are mined to attain phosphorus to be used in the agricultural and other industries. They can be easily condensed to form pyrophosphates at high temperatures. Their ions are polyatomic ions having one central phosphorus atom and four oxygen atoms that are surrounded in a tetrahedral arrangement. They are not soluble or slightly soluble in water at the room temperature and pressure. They are widely used in gardening to create phosphate fertilizers for boosting the plants overall health. In addition to this, they also provide enough amount of nutrients to plants to make them healthy and strong.
1) Complexity: 36.8
2) Exact Mass: 94.953 g/mol
3) Heavy Atom Count: 5
4) Molecular Weight: 94.97 g/mol
5) Monoisotopic Mass: 94.953 g/mol