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Ammonium hexachloridoiridate(IV) react with hydrogen chloride and nitric acid

3(NH4)2[IrCl6] + 18HCl + 12HNO3 → 6Cl3N + 3H2[IrCl6] + 12NO + 24H2O




Ammonium hexachloridoiridate(IV) react with hydrogen chloride and nitric acid to produce chlorine nitride, hydrogen hexachloridoiridate(IV), nitric oxide and water. This reaction takes place at a temperature of 0-10°C.


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Сoding to search: 3 NH42IrCl6 + 18 HCl + 12 HNO3 = 6 Cl3N + 3 H2IrCl6 + 12 NO + 24 H2O

Add / Edited: 31.05.2015 /

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