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Nitride of Bivalent Gold

Ammonia converts gold monoxide into a nitride containing gold and nitrogen in the atomic proportions 3:2, but different from the product formed by the interaction of ammonia and aurous oxide. The reaction is possibly expressed by the equation

3AuO+2NH3 = Au3N2+3H2O.

The substance is explosive, and is regarded by Raschig as probably having the constitution

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