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Strontium Metavanadate, SrV2O6.4H2O

Strontium Metavanadate, SrV2O6.4H2O, is prepared as a faintly yellow, powdery precipitate by the action of the normal potassium salt on strontium chloride. It loses 2 molecules of water over sulphuric acid, and the rest at 280° C., when it melts to a brown glass.

A number of acid salts have been obtained, which, on treatment with water, give the normal salt. There are also some double strontium potassium acid salts.

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