1) If calcium and phospate ion concentrations are adequate for crustallisation, why desnt it occur throughout the body ?
2) if calcium and phospate ion concentrations are not adequate for crystallisation, why should it occur at all ? and suprisingly at specific locatio.
Calcium phosphate appears as a white amorphous or crystalline powder that is odourless and tasteless. It is insoluble in ethanol, acetic acid but soluble in dilute nitric acid and hydrochloric acid. It slightly dissolves in water.