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Zirconium Iodide, ZrI4

Zirconium Iodide, ZrI4, was prepared in an impure state by Dennis and Spencer by passing hydrogen iodide gas over zirconium heated to redness; and Stahler and Denk obtained the impure iodide as a rust-coloured sublimate by the same method, the metal or the carbide being employed, and freed it from iodine by shaking it with benzene.

Zirconium iodide is a brown powder which fumes in the air and reacts vigorously with water and alcohol; it combines with ether to form ZrI4.4(C2H5)2O, and with ammonia to form ZrI4.8NH3.

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