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Ammonium phosphate

(loosely) diammonium phosphate.
Historical Examples

One millionth part of a pound of ammonium phosphate will also produce secretion.
The Romance of Plant Life G. F. Scott Elliot

Outing flannel is very dangerous unless treated with ammonium phosphate.
Clothing and Health Helen Kinne

Dissolve one quarter of a pound of ammonium phosphate, which costs about 25 cents, in one gallon of cold water.
Clothing and Health Helen Kinne


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