Atomistry » Thallium » Chemical Properties » Thallothallic oxide
Atomistry »
  Thallium »
    Chemical Properties »
      Thallothallic oxide »

Thallothallic oxide, TlO

Thallothallic oxide, TlO or Tl2O.Tl2O3, is obtained as a bluish-black, lustrous precipitate when 3 per cent, hydrogen peroxide is added to a solution of thallous sulphate which has been made strongly alkaline and cooled to -15°. It should be washed with cold alcohol and then with ether. The oxide absorbs carbon dioxide, forming thallic oxide and thallous carbonate; it absorbs oxygen at the ordinary temperature, forming thallic oxide; and it is decomposed by cold water, producing thallous hydroxide and thallic oxide.

Last articles

Zn in 8PFC
Zn in 8SF0
Zn in 8SOJ
Zn in 8SOK
Zn in 8SYI
Zn in 8SLG
Zn in 8SEX
Zn in 8SEZ
Zn in 8SJG
Zn in 8SEY
© Copyright 2008-2020 by
Home   |    Site Map   |    Copyright   |    Contact us   |    Privacy