phosphoric acid diluted

phosphoric acid diluted
[NF] a preparation of phosphoric acid in purified water, containing 9.5–10.5 g phosphoric acid per mL; it is used as a solvent in pharmaceutical preparations and orally as a gastric acidifier.

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