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Lead Platinocyanide, PbPt(CN)4

Lead Platinocyanide, PbPt(CN)4, is readily prepared by mixing boiling saturated solutions of potassium platinocyanide and lead acetate. The solution remains clear, but on cooling the lead salt separates out as a yellowish white crystalline powder. It is anhydrous, and becomes yellow on warming in air, then white; whilst at higher temperatures cyanogen is liberated, the residue containing metallic lead and platinum.

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