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      Radium Azide
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      Radium Platinocyanide

Radium Azide, Ra(N3)2






Radium Azide, Ra(N3)2 has already been mentioned in connection with the separation of metallic radium. According to Ebler it is a fairly stable, crystallisable compound. On being heated in vacuo below 100° C. for several hours, it begins to decompose, giving nitrogen.


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