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Strontium Carbonyl, Sr(CO)2

When a solution of strontium ammonium in ammonia is treated with carbon monoxide at -45° C., a dull yellow, powdery mass of Strontium Carbonyl, Sr(CO)2, is obtained. It becomes bright yellow on exposure to moist air, forms a clear yellow solution with water, and blackens when heated under reduced pressure yielding a mixture of carbon with strontium oxide and carbonate.

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