As you may have guessed from the name itself, this particular chemical is from the calcium phosphate family with a formula of CaHPO4. The reason it has the “di” prefix is because of the removal of two protons in the formation of the chemical. In order to produce this chemical, it needs the reaction of calcium chloride and phosphoric acid. When it comes to the uses of this particular chemical, you’re going to find that it is most commonly used as a dietary supplement in some prepared breakfast cereals, dog treats, enriched flour and different noodle products. In addition, it can be used as a tableting agent in some pharmaceutical operations including products that work to eliminate body odor. Last but not least, it can be found in dietary calcium supplements as well as in some toothpastes as a tartar control agent.