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Mercury Chromicyanide

The addition of potassium chromicyanide to a solution of mercurous nitrate gives a yellowish-white precipitate, which rapidly darkens and finally becomes grey. The original precipitate is probably mercurous chromicyanide, Hg3[Cr(CN)6], which decomposes, yielding mercurous cyanide, which in its turn splits up into mercuric cyanide and mercury.

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