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Potassium Dithiodioxymolybdate, K2MoO2S2

Potassium Dithiodioxymolybdate, K2MoO2S2, separates as yellow needles from the oily liquid obtained when finely powdered dry potassium trimolybdate is added to a somewhat warm solution of potassium hydrogen sulphide, and alcohol added. It is a hygroscopic substance, soluble in water, and readily decomposed by mineral acids. A compound K8Mo4S9O7 is also said to be obtained from the oily liquid. A compound KHMo2S3O7 is also known, as well as the salts KHMoS5 and KMoS6.H2O.
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