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Potassium aurothiocyanate, KAu(CNS)2

Potassium aurothiocyanate, KAu(CNS)2, is formed by warming auric chloride with a solution of potassium thiocyanate at 80° C. It forms yellow prisms, melting above 100° C., and decomposing into gold, potassium thiocyanate, carbon disulphide, and sulphur. It contains the complex aurothiocyanic radical, Au(CNS)2', and with silver nitrate yields the corresponding silver aurothiocyanate, AgAu(CNS)2.

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