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Sorry, but I made two errors.
Monocalcium phosphate is monocalcium monohydrogen phosphate which is CaHPO4. The Ca is +2, H is +1, and PO4 is -3 so the +3 and -3 balance.
And Bob Pursley did NOT suggest that name of monocalcium dihydrogen phosphate, he was answering a question about monopotassium dihydrogen phosphate.

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