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Kasal (Sodium Aluminum Phosphate, basic, non-leavening) is a white odorless powder comprised of an autogenous mixture of alkaline sodium aluminum phosphate and dibasic sodium phosphate. Kasal is used primarily as an emulsifier in the production of processed cheese.   NCATS

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aluminium phosphate | aluminum monophosphate | aluminum phosphate | aluminum phosphate (3:1) | aluminum phosphate (3:2) | aluminum phosphate dihydrate | monoaluminum phosphate | phosphalugel

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