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Potassium Dimolybdate, K2Mo2O7

Potassium Dimolybdate, K2Mo2O7, is formed by fusion of suitable quantities of K2CO3 and MoO3, but is unstable; the aqueous extract of the fused mass yields large crystals which immediately begin to decompose.

The salt melts at 484° C., apparently without transformation.
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