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P4O10+5Na3PO4=3X what is x

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I don't understand what you are asking.
What does P4O10 +Na3PO4= (product of the reaction) ?
When you combine them together

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The product is ionic with a polyatomic
It seems strange to me to react a covalent molecule with an ionic compound. Not sure yet.
Apparently it is the same reaction as Na2HPO4+NaH2PO4= H2O and the other product is the same as this reaction
Sorry, I don't think I can help you with this one.
@aaronq Any ideas?
is it right one u have chosen @allykat :) please check once again ur question is it 5Na3PO4 ?
Yes it is
Both equations form the same result
Na2HPO4+NaH2PO4= H2O + product as the above reaction

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