By Harold Simmons Booth (ed.)
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14, 16. HEAPand NEWBERRY: 99, 210 (1920); U. S. patent 1331257; cf. Chem. , 14, 1193 (1920); Can. patent 200907; cf. Chem. , 14, 2399 (1920). 17. Ger. patent 268827, assigned to Deut. ; cf. Chem. Abstr. 8, 1861 (1914). 18. BRAUMAN and TAKVORIAN: Compt. , 194, 1579 (1932). 19. AUDRIETH, REED,and SCHMIDT: unpublished observations. 20. REED,HOPKINS, and AUDRIETH: J . Am. Chem. , 67, 1159 (1935). * AU rare earth material that carries over during the removal of ammonium chloride adheres to the containers or is used for test portions, is readily recovered by solution in dilute nitric acid, precipitation as the oxalate, ape ignition to the oxide.
4. 5. , 46, 2442, 3289 (1913). - 8. TROOST and HAUTEFEUILLE: Ann. Chim. Phys. [51, 7, 459 (1871). + 16. LEAD DIOXIDE + 2Pb(C2H302)2 Ca(C10)2 4NaOH 2Pb02 CaC12 4NaC2H302 2Hz0 + + + SUBMITTED BY LYMAN c. NEWELL*AND R. N. MAxsoNt BY J. P. MCREYNOLDSS CHECKED Lead dioxide is widely used as an oxidizing agent in the arts as well as in the laboratory. It reacts with strong bases with the formation of plumbates, M2Pb03,and dissolves in strong acids, presumably forming plumbic salts. It will not react with weaker acids, such as acetic (cf.
Am. Chem. SOC.. 63, 1805 (1931); (6) JUKKOLA,AUDRIETH,and HOPKINS:J . Am. Chem. ,66, 303 (1934); (c) MEINTS,HOPKINSand AUDRIETH: Z. anorg. allgem. , 211, 237 (1933). 7. )2 + H2S -+ HgS + 2HC2H302 SUBMITTED BY LYMAN c. NEWELL,*R. N. MAxsoN,t AND M. H. FILSON~ CHECKED BY W. C. FERNELIUS~ When hydrogen sulfide reacts, with mercuric chloride in neutral or acid solution, or when mercury and sulfur are ground together, black mercuric sulfide is formed. Under certain conditions, this material can be converted into the red modification by the continued action of soluble alkali sulfides.