a tetrabasic acid, H 4 P 2 O 6 , produced by the slow oxidation of phosphorous in moist air.
a crystalline odourless deliquescent solid: a tetrabasic acid produced by the slow oxidation of phosphorus in moist air. Formula: H4P2O6


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