It is a polymer which is linked to the additional monomers phosphate and floride.
The chemical formula for sodium monofluorophosphate is Na2PFO3
Sodium monofluorophosphate or Na2PO3F, is used as an ingredient in most toothpastes as an alternative to sodium fluoride because it is less acutely toxic. It has been noted that sodium monofluorophosphate does have limited evidence of musculoskeletal and respiratory toxicity.
It is an ionic compound.
monofluorophosphate was theman that invented sodium fluoride
Sodium monofluorophosphate is an ionic solid with a FPO32- ion which is approximately tetrahedral and isoelectronic with SO42-
Yes, Sodium forms ionic compounds with everything, all the alkaline metals do. It is one of the properties of the group.
Generally not. Stannous fluoride definitely does but it's removable and just surface stain.
No it is a compound. Easily distinguishable as such because not only does it contain the mono- prefix but it also contains the modified name of Fluorine and Phosphorus.
Bath salts are mostly magnesium sulfate and sodium chloride. Toothpaste is generally sodium fluoride or sodium monofluorophosphate
This toothpastes contain sodium fluoride (NaF), tin fluoride (SnF2), sodium monofluorophosphate(NaPO3F), etc. as fluoride source.
It's the kind of fluoride Colgate toothpaste has in it. Sodium fluoride is highly hazardous to health (despite being used everywhere today)!
The structure Na2FPO3 consists of phosphorus at the center of a tetrahedron defined by three oxygen atoms, one fluorine atom and two sodium atoms.