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Carbonyl Platinum Monosulphide, PtS.CO

Carbonyl Platinum Monosulphide, PtS.CO, is thrown down as a brown precipitate when hydrogen sulphide is passed into a solution of carbonyl platinum dichloride in hydrochloric acid:

PtCl2.CO + H2S = PtS.CO + 2HCl.

It is an unstable substance, decomposing in vacuo, and burning with a slight explosion when heated to 800° or 400° C., yielding platinum, sulphur, and oxides of carbon and sulphur.

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