monosodium phosphate

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mon·o·so·di·um phos·phate

a dihydrogen phosphate used as a reagent; commonly used in buffers.
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0 g/kg total P from monosodium phosphate (MSP; that contained 24% total P) to a corn-soybean meal basal diet and by adding 0.
Examples of these additives include dicalcium phosphate, disodium phosphate, monosodium phosphate, sodium acid pyrophosphate, tricalcium phosphate, and trisodium triphosphate.
Yorkshire Water is able to reduce the lead content by the addition of monosodium phosphate, which helps to stop lead dissolving into the water by forming a protective 'mineral scale' on the surface of the pipe.
Stocking & Supply of Monosodium Phosphate (Msp) on Call-Off basis Qatar Petroleum www.
Test your alfalfa and call your vet; if it comes up high in calcium, chances are he or she will tell you to feed some grass hay and add monosodium phosphate to the grain ration.