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What is the source of tribasic calcium phosphate?

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suzanne66 16 Mar 2010

Calcium phophate is found in nature as a rock in Morocco, Israel, Philippines, Egypt, and Kola (Russia). The natural form is not completely pure, and there are some other components like sand and lime which can change the composition.
The skeletons and teeth of vertebrate animals are composed of calcium phosphate, mainly hydroxyapatite (calcium phophate and hydroxide ions) free discount card

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