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Nickel Nitride, Ni2N

Nickel Nitride, Ni2N (or Ni4N2), has been obtained by heating reduced nickel in a current of ammonia at about 500° C. It is also formed when nickelamide, Ni(NH2)2, is heated at 120° C. in a vacuum. Nickel nitride is a black powder, readily soluble in dilute hydrochloric or sulphuric acid, and completely decomposed when heated in hydrogen, its nitrogen being evolved as ammonia.
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