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Caesium Pentachlor-platinite, Cs2PtCl5

Caesium Pentachlor-platinite, Cs2PtCl5, is obtained when chlorine is passed into a cold solution of caesium tetrachlor-platinite, Cs2PtCl4; it also results when hydrated platinum sesquioxide is dissolved in hydrochloric acid containing caesium chloride. It is a green, crystalline, insoluble salt. When warmed with water it readily decomposes, yielding the tetrachlor-platinite. Exposure to sunlight likewise accelerates its decomposition.

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