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Strontium Cyanamide, SrCN2

Strontium carbide absorbs nitrogen when heated to 1000°-1200° C. in an atmosphere of that gas, and, as happens in the case of barium, a mixture of cyanide and Strontium Cyanamide, SrCN2, is produced.

If carbon dioxide is passed through an aqueous strontium cyanamide solution - obtained by dissolving strontium hydroxide crystals in aqueous cyanamide solution, filtering, and adding still more cyanamide - a crystalline powder of composition 4(SrCN2.CO2).9H2O is precipitated. It is less soluble in water than the corresponding calcium compound, and is rapidly decomposed in solution.

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