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Strontium Imide, SrNH

Strontium Imide, SrNH, is formed by the absorption of nitrogen by strontium hydride. The reaction begins at 500° C., and becomes vigorous at 850° C. At still higher temperatures there is partial formation of the nitride. The imide is an orange-yellow substance, becoming greenish-black when exposed to sunlight.

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