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Zinc Amide, Zn(NH2)2

Zinc Amide, Zn(NH2)2, is a white amorphous powder obtained by leading dry ammonia gas through an ethereal solution of zinc ethyl. Ammonia is evolved from it by the action of water or alcohol. It is stable up to 200° C., and decomposes into zinc nitride and ammonia at a red heat.

Hydrogen chloride converts it into the double chloride of ammonium and zinc, 2NH4Cl.ZnCl2.

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