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  1. Chelating agents Hydroxyacetic acid Phosphoric acid Sodium hydroxide (dilute) Sulfuric acid
  2. ... Chelating agents Hydrocarbons Hydrochloric acid Nitrites Oxalic acid Phosphoric acid
  3. ... ash Sodium bicarbonate Various mild acids (sodium bisulfate, phosphoric acid, sodium thiosulfate, cyanuric acid)
  4. Cavities (Merck & Co., Inc.)  
    ... diet (for example, in cola beverages, which contain phosphoric acid) accelerates tooth decay. Reduced saliva flow due to ...
  5. Food and Your Bones (National Osteoporosis Foundation)  
    ... soft drinks and processed foods as “phosphate” or “phosphoric acid.” Some experts say that Americans get too much ...
  6. ... be done include: Blood tests to check calcium, phosphorus, uric acid, and electrolyte levels Kidney function tests Urinalysis to ...
  7. Phosphorus Test (American Association for Clinical Chemistry)  
    ... as a buffer, helping to maintain the body's acid-base balance . Phosphorus comes into the body through the diet. It ... of parathyroid hormone (PTH) , calcium , and vitamin D . Phosphorus deficiencies ... acid-base imbalances, hypercalcemia , and with disorders that affect ...
  8. Pet Food Labels (Food and Drug Administration)  
    ... For dog foods, minimum percentage levels of calcium, phosphorus, sodium, and linoleic acid are found on some products. Guarantees are declared ...
  9. Growth Failure in Children with Kidney Disease From the National Institutes of Health (National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases)  
    ... of nutrients from food, including minerals like calcium, phosphorus, and vitamin D maintaining the proper acid-base balance in the blood producing the hormone ...
  10. ... chemicals in the blood, such as sodium, potassium, phosphorus and calcium. Maintain the body’s balance of acids and bases. When the kidneys are not working ...
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