hypophosphorous acid

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hy·po·phos·pho·rous ac·id

(hī'pō-fos'fō-rŭs as'id),
An aqueous solution containing 31% HPH2O2; used as a stabilizing reducing agent in pharmaceutical preparations.

hypophosphorous acid

/hy·po·phos·phor·ous ac·id/ (-fos-for´us) a toxic, monobasic acid with strong reducing properties, H3PO2, which forms hypophosphites.
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