Definition of phospham in English:

phospham

noun

Chemistry
  • A white to reddish polymeric solid, (NPNH)ₙ, first obtained by the reaction of phosphoric acid with ammonia.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Henry Watts (1815–1884), chemist. From French phospham from phospho- + -am.

Pronunciation

phospham

/ˈfɒsfam/