Phosphorous ion in solution and subsequent electromigration?


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Hi there,

I would like to know if it possible at all to have phosphorous ions in solution ie P^3- so that I can electromigrate them towards a surface. As I currently understand, this ion is under the phosphide compounds group, and is the least electronegative. For any P electromigration towards the surface to take place I currently understand that it has to be in as elemental as possible ie P^3.

My aim is to attract phosphorous atoms towards a surface and to then diffuse them into the material providing the surface using other means.

I am not very experienced with chemistry and am not quite sure how engineer this.

Thankyou,
Louis
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I would like to know if it possible at all to have phosphorous ions in solution ie P^3-
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