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Oxides of Zirconium

It has already been seen that zirconium is usually quadrivalent. Nevertheless the sesquioxide Zr2O3 exists, though probably not the monoxide ZrO. Winkler believed that the monoxide ZrO is formed when zirconia is heated with magnesium in a current of hydrogen, and this opinion was supported by the work of Dennis and Spencer; Wedekind, however, failed to obtain a lower oxide by the reduction of zirconia with magnesium; the existence of the monoxide must therefore be considered doubtful.

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