Cesium Phosphide Formula

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Cesium phosphide is an important semiconductor used in high power, high frequency applications and laser diodes. It is available in standard and custom packaging.

The Formula for a Phosphate Ion

A phosphate ion is a compound made up of a central phosphorus atom surrounded by four oxygen atoms. The oxidation state of the ion is -2.

It is a strong alkali in water and has an attractive attraction between the – anion and the + cation.

The valency of the element is +1 and the chemical formula of a cesium phosphate ion is $Cs+1$.

Using this formula, what is the relative weight of cesium phosphate?

The relative weight of a substance is the mass of one mole of that substance divided by the mass of all the molecules in that substance. This is called the molar mass, which may also be called the standard atomic weight or average atomic mass.

The molar mass of a substance is very useful when balancing chemical equations. It is especially useful for determining the relative weights of reagents and products in a chemical reaction. It is also useful when converting from one unit of measurement to another, such as grams to moles or micromoles to grams. However, molar mass can be tricky to calculate because the number of atoms in a substance can change based on the amount of the substance. This is where a chemical formula calculator can help. Some of the best ones are available at American Elements online.