Chemical elements
  Radium
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      Radium Hydride
      Radium Chloride
      Radium Bromide
      Radium Iodide
      Radium Fluoride
      Radium Iodate
      Radium Oxide
      Radium Hydroxide
      Radium Sulphate
      Radium Carbonate
      Radium Nitride
      Radium Azide
      Radium Nitrate
      Radium Silicate
      Radium Platinocyanide

Radium Hydride, RaH2






From consideration of the properties of the other alkaline earth hydrides de Forcrand concluded that Radium Hydride, RaH2, ought to be a compound having a heat of formation of 35.4 Cal., and temperature of dissociation 900° C. He further stated that it should react with water with the evolution of 54.6 Cal.


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