Abstract:Analysis showed this substance to contain 35.05 per cent, caesium, 37.0 per cent, of bismuth, and 27.8 per cent of chlorine. The compound is therefore 2BiCl33CsCl, which has been described by Brigham3. In a similar manner bromine was added to a hot solution of caesium tribromide and bismuth tribromide in hydrobromic acid. In this experiment a finely divided yellow precipitate was obtained which was quite insoluble in hydrobromic acid, but readily soluble in hydrochloric and nitric acids. Analysis showed this t… Show more
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