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M. Ramakrishna Udupa, Gopalaswamiengar Aravamudan
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Volume: 403
Issue: 2
Pages: 211 - 217
The solid state preparation, thermal and hydrolytic characteristics of thallium(I)—uranates(VI) are described. The phases identified were Tl2UO4, Tl2U2O7 and a range of solid solution (Tl2O. 2,33 UO3Tl2O. 6 UO3). The thallium uranates are isostructural with the corresponding potassium uranates. Tl2U2O7 is the stable phase formed from the other uranates on hydrolytic treatment. The thallium uranates lose thallium(I) oxide on heating to temperatures above 750°C and the order of thermal stability is Tl2U6O19∼Tl2U3O10∼Tl2U2O7»Tl2UO4. Copyright © 1974 Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim
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