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Abstract: Under the influence of rising temperatures, diammonium oxalate' decomposes as follon~s: 205 8219

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“…Cyanogen is produced by the dehydration of ammonium oxalate and oxamide with phosphorus pentoxide (11,39,118,130,171) or phosphorus pentasulfide (75) at temperatures ranging from 100°to 290°C. under reduced pressures.…”
Section: From Oxalic Acid and Glyoxal Derivativesmentioning
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“…Cyanogen is produced by the dehydration of ammonium oxalate and oxamide with phosphorus pentoxide (11,39,118,130,171) or phosphorus pentasulfide (75) at temperatures ranging from 100°to 290°C. under reduced pressures.…”
Section: From Oxalic Acid and Glyoxal Derivativesmentioning