Appearance: White odorless powder
Product categories:Organic Chemistry
Synonym: disodiumphosphorofluoridate, Adenosine-5′-(Trihydrogen Pyrophosphate) DisodiuM Salt Hydrate, sodiumphosphorofluoridate
What is of Sodium Monofluorophosphate?
Sodium Monofluorophosphate, also known as SMFP, is commonly found in toothpaste as a source of fluoride with CAS number 10163-15-2. It is used in biological studies to evaluate plaque build up by analyzing saliva sample after a sodium fluorophosphate rince.
|Appearance||White odorless powder free from signs of impurity||Conform|
|MFP purity as fluride||≥12.54%||13.12%|
|Loss on drying||≤0.2%||0.07%|
|Water insoluble matter||≤0.15%||0.06%|
|Heavy metals(as Pb)||≤20ppm||Conform|
|Lead as Pb(Pb)||≤2ppm||Conform|
|Arsenic (as As)||≤2ppm||Conform|
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