Atomistry » Bismuth » Chemical Properties » Bismuth Selenochloride
Atomistry »
  Bismuth »
    Chemical Properties »
      Bismuth Selenochloride »

Bismuth Selenochloride, BiSeCl

Bismuth Selenochloride, BiSeCl, is obtained in the form of small, dark grey, metallic needles by the action of bismuth selenide on molten ammonium bismuth chloride. It is decomposed into bismuth trichloride and bismuth selenide on heating in a current of carbon dioxide. It is not attacked by water, and hardly at all by concentrated hydrochloric acid; concentrated nitric acid decomposes it with liberation of selenium. Chlorine is liberated by the action of potassium hydroxide, and more slowly by weaker bases.

Last articles

Zn in 7VD8
Zn in 7V1R
Zn in 7V1Q
Zn in 7VPF
Zn in 7T85
Zn in 7T5F
Zn in 7NF9
Zn in 7M4M
Zn in 7M4O
Zn in 7M4N
© Copyright 2008-2020 by atomistry.com
Home   |    Site Map   |    Copyright   |    Contact us   |    Privacy