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Zinc Oxychlorides

Various oxychlorides have been described, but Driot, by determinations of the solubility of zinc oxide in aqueous solutions of zinc chloride, could only identify ZnCl2.4ZnO.6H2O and ZnCl2.ZnO.1½H2O. The former was isolated as an amorphous powder, losing 5 molecules of water at 200° C., and the latter as microscopic crystals, losing 1 molecule of water at 230° C. and decomposing at a higher temperature.

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