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Bismuth Chlorate

Bismuth chlorate does not appear to have been isolated, for although bismuth hydroxide dissolves readily in dilute chloric acid, the solution decomposes on concentration. When a hot aqueous solution of bismuth nitrate and sodium chlorate is cooled, long, glistening prisms of bismuthyl chlorate, BiOClO3, separate. This substance does not appear to react when warmed with either carbon or a mixture of carbon and sulphur; but it detonates on heating with potassium cyanide.

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