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Molybdenum Arsenide, MoAs2

Molybdenum Arsenide, MoAs2, is formed by heating powdered molybdenum for 36 hours with arsenic at 570° C., the excess of arsenic then being removed by sublimation. It is a black powder of density 8.07 at 25° C. It resembles molybdenum phosphide in being insoluble in concentrated hydrochloric acid or ammoniacal hydrogen peroxide, but it is readily soluble in nitric acid, hot concentrated sulphuric acid or aqua regia.

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