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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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