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Potassium molybdate react with potassium cyanide, hydrogen chloride and potassium tetrahydroborate

4K2MoO4 + 32KCN + 25HCl + K[BH4] → 4K4[Mo(CN)8] + H3BO3 + 25KCl + 13H2O




Potassium molybdate react with potassium cyanide, hydrogen chloride and potassium tetrahydroborate to produce oktacyanomolybdate(IV) potassium, boric acid, potassium chloride and water. Hydrogen chloride - diluted solution.


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Сoding to search: 4 K2MoO4 + 32 KCN + 25 HCl + KBH4 = 4 K4MoCN8 + H3BO3 + 25 KCl + 13 H2O

Add / Edited: 06.06.2015 /

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