Palladium(II) oxide

Palladium(II) oxide

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CASNo = 1314-08-5

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Formula = PdO
MolarMass = 122.42 g/mol
Appearance = black powder
Density = 9.70 g/cm³, solid (20°C)
Solubility = insoluble
MeltingPt = 870.0°C
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Palladium(II) oxide is the chemical compound of formula PdO. It is the only well characterised oxide of palladium.Greenwood&Earnshaw] It is prepared by reacting the metal with oxygen below 875C as PdO dissociates above about 900°C. It is insoluble in acids. The hydrated oxide, PdO."n"H2O can be produced as a dark-yellow precipitate by adding alkali to a solution of palladium nitrate,Pd(NO3)2.

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