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Uranous Antimonide, U3Sb4

Uranous Antimonide, U3Sb4, is not obtained by the ordinary methods used for the arsenide. By fusing a mixture of sodium uranous chloride, antimony, and aluminium Colani obtained a silvery white mass practically free from aluminium. The product resembled the phosphide and arsenide in properties, and produced vivid sparks when projected into the Bunsen flame.

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