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for K3PO4 is it potassium phophate or tripotassium phosphate? or both? confuse which one we use more often?

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    Since PO4^- is undeniably phosphate, I think potassium phosphate is ok; however, tripotassium phosphate is not wrong. I know Na3PO4 is commonly called trisodium phosphate.

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