Inorganic Phosphorus Compounds—2 provides information pertinent to the fundamental aspects of inorganic phosphorus compounds. This book discusses the chemistry, bonding, properties, and synthesis in inorganic phosphorus compounds. Organized into 16 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the chemistry of phosphorus triiodide and diiodide. This text then examines the status of inorganic phosphate chemistry as well as the influence of phase transitions upon the physical properties of condensed phosphates. Other chapters consider the synthesis of a large number of simple as well as review the complex polymetaphosphate glasses of alkali metals. This book discusses as well the synthesis of phosphoric triamide under different conditions and condensation by hydrogen chloride. The final chapter deals with the general trend in the development of the production of industrial fertilizers as well as its further prospects. This book is a valuable resource for organic, inorganic, physical, and theoretical chemists.