publication . Article . 1870

XIX. Researches on vanadium

Henry Enfield Roscoe;
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  • Published: 31 Dec 1870 Journal: Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, volume 18, pages 37-42 (issn: 0370-1662, eissn: 2053-9126, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: The Royal Society
On the Chlorides of Vanadium and Metallic In the first part of these researches (‘Bakerian Lecture,’ Phil. Trans. 1868, pt. i.) the author stated that the chlorides of vanadium, and probably also the metal itself, could be prepared from the mononitride, the only compound of vanadium not containing oxygen then known. The process for obtaining the mononitride described in the last communication was that adopted by Berzelius for preparing the substance which he conceived to be metal, but which in reality is mononitride. "This method consists in the action of ammonia on the oxitri-chloride; but it cannot be employed for the preparation of large quantities of nitrid...
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