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Potassium Hexa-uranate, K2U6O19

Potassium Hexa-uranate, K2U6O19.6H2O, results on strongly heating a mixture of uranyl sulphate and potassium chloride; by washing out the melt with boiling water, and drying the residue in vacuo, a yellow crystalline powder is obtained. It loses all its water when heated to 300° C. The decahydrate, K2U6O19.10H2O, may be obtained by boiling a solution of potassium uranyl acetate.

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