Iridium(IV) oxide powder
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||Blue to black powder, insoluble in water|
||Store in cool and dry place in tightly sealed bottle|
Iridium(IV) oxide uses:
Used as a spectrally pure reagent.
Iridium(IV) oxide production method:
The iridium powder can be heated in air or oxygen to obtain iridium dioxide. Carefully add alkali to the boiling [IrCl6]2-solution until the brown color just turns blue, and the resulting blue precipitate is dried in a vacuum into a blue powder, which is equivalent to Ir(OH)4 or IrO2·2H2O, The powder is heated to 350°C in nitrogen to completely dehydrate it to produce black IrO2.
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