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Chemical Properties of Radium

General Properties of the Compounds of Radium. - The radium ion is divalent and colourless. Those radium salts which are colourless when freshly prepared gradually become coloured when kept. They are all luminous in the dark. Many radium and barium salts are isomorphous with one another.

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