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Nickelamide, Ni(NH2)2

Nickelamide, Ni(NH2)2, is precipitated as a red, flocculent mass when a solution of nickel thiocyanate in liquid ammonia is treated with an equivalent amount of potassamide solution. It reacts with water, producing nickel hydroxide and ammonia:

Ni(NH2)2 + 2H2O = Ni(OH)2 + 2NH3

At 120° C. it yields nickel nitride.
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