Monocalcium Phosphate is an inorganic type of compound that has a chemical formula of Ca(H2PO4)2. This is most commonly found in monohydrates and it is a colorless solid. In terms of the use for this particular product, you’re going to find that it is mostly used in superphosphate fertilizers and they are also popular leavening agents. This chemical is made by treating calcium hydroxide with phosphoric acid. When it is used in fertilizer, it is produced by the treatment of phosphate rocks with different acids. When it is a leavening agent, it is most commonly going to be used to help make different baked goods rise. When it is combined with an alkali ingredient such as baking soda, it will react to produce carbon dioxide and a salt.