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Uranyl Phosphite, (UO2)3H6(PO3)4

Uranyl Phosphite, (UO2)3H6(PO3)4.12H2O, is precipitated on the addition of ammonium diuranate to an aqueous solution of phosphorus trichloride. On drying in the air it becomes hard and transparent; over sulphuric acid it loses 7 molecules of water. On heating, it loses two-thirds of its water at 180° C., and becomes anhydrous, at the same time turning green, at 300° C.

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