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    Inorganic phosphates are compounds of phosphorus and oxygen that occur naturally in many forms and are usually combined with other elements (e.g., metals such as sodium, potassium, calcium and aluminum).
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    Most inorganic phosphates contain essential nutrients. Inorganic phosphates are present in all living organisms (i.e., animals and vegetables) and are required to support life.
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    The Phosphate Forum of the Americas (PFA) was established in 1996 to facilitate the exchange of information on matters relating to inorganic phosphates.