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“…Stokes and Cain (10) suggested thiocyanic acid reagent stabilized with mercuric thiocyanate. Potassium persulfate was added to oxidize the iron.…”
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“…Some of its decomposition products were studied in the laboratory of Wohler's friend, Liebig (19). Since then the literature on thiocyanic acid and related compounds has become very voluminous, but excellent papers have been written by Volckel (36), Klason (14), and Stokes and Cain (32). Wohler (38) found that thiocyanic acid is a colorless liquid at ordinary temperatures but decomposes on standing, with the formation of a yellow substance which is now recognized as isoperthionic acid, H2C2N2S3, and given the following structure: SC-s-s I HN-C=NH According to statements in the literature (14,36) the following substances are also likely to result from the decomposition of thiocyanic acid: hydrocyanic acid, formic acid, carbon dioxide, carbonyl sulfide, carbon disulfide, hydrogen sulfide, and ammonium salts.…”
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