High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Sodium
monothiophosphate, or sodium phosphorothioate, is a chemical
compound with the molecular formula Na3PO3S. It is a crystalline
white solid that decomposes without melting at 120-125 C. Sodium
monothiophosphate is created via the reaction between
thiophosphoryl chloride and sodium hydroxide according to the
method of Yasuda and Lambert. The yield depends on the purity of
the sodium hydroxide. Also, sodium phosphorothiolate decomposes at
neutral pH and so it was found that using an excess of sodium
hydroxide will allow for a greater yield since the reaction will
not near a neutral pH.
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