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Strontium Perthiocarbonate, SrCS4.8H2O

By substituting the disulphide for the hydrosulphide in the previous reaction, Yeoman obtained the Strontium Perthiocarbonate, SrCS4.8H2O as yellow crystals. It forms a yellow aqueous solution which can dissolve no more sulphur. It is soluble in alcohol, and is reprecipitated by ether as a red oil.

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