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Ceric molybdate

A number of salts of a cerimolybdic acid have been prepared, analogous to the complex molybdates of zirconium and thorium. Ammonium cerimolybdate, (NH4)8[Ce(Mo2O7)6].8H2O, is a yellow crystalline substance, yielding yellow solutions which are stable towards hydrogen peroxide and give a precipitate with oxalic acid only after prolonged boiling. The acid ammonium salt (NH4)6H2[Ce(Mo2O7)6].10H2O, the silver salt, Ag8[Ce(Mo2O7)6], and the acid aniline salt are also known.

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