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Trisodium Phosphate (TSP) also termed trisodium orthophosphate with chemical formula Na3PO4 with hydrated forms. It is an extremely water-soluble ionic salt and it gives alkaline pH in the solution. In most of the cases this compound is used as heavy duty cleaning agents, its cleaning action can be attributed by its pH value of 12, it means the chemical is an alkaline.

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Severe damage to the mouth, throat, eyes, lungs, esophagus, nose, and stomach are possible. The long-term outcome depends on the extent of this damage. Damage to the esophagus and stomach continues to occur for several weeks after the poison was swallowed. Death may occur as long as a month later.

Trisodium phosphate is used as a detergent in households, laundries, factories, hotels, dairies, and garages. It is used as a water softener and boiler compound because of its ability to precipitate cal- cium and magnesium phosphates. It hasmany other miscellaneous uses.

 TRISODIUM PHOSPHATE is used in toothpaste due to its ability to remineralise enamel damaged by commonly consumed acids such as lactic acid and citric acid. This strengthens the teeth and helps prevent degradation.

What Risks are Associated with Trisodium Phosphate? A toxic substance, TSP can be harmful if swallowed, and exposure to it (in granular or diluted form) can cause serious eye injury and skin irritation.

But mainly ecological concerns have led to a decrease in the use of TSP; phosphates, the main ingredient in fertilizer, can lead to the depletion of oxygen levels in water. In humans, concentrated amounts of the chemical cause difficulty breathing, swell the throat, can lead to vision loss, and can burn the skin.