Solutions are not precipitated by tartaric acid nor by platinic chloride.
A hydrochlorate, a sulphate, an aurochloride, and a platinic chloride of betaine have been prepared.
Moisten with a few drops of platinic chloride solution without breaking up the paste by stirring.
An alcoholic solution of platinic chloride also separates papaverine platin chloride in crystals.
It forms crystalline salts with platinic chloride, with gold chloride, with mercuric chloride, and with zinc chloride.
Like caesium, it is precipitated with platinic chloride, and in the ordinary course of work would be weighed as potassium.
By heating to below redness the platinic chloride and digesting with hydrate of potassium the residue.
They are soluble in water and give characteristic precipitates with platinic and auric chlorides, and with potassium ferrocyanide.
It is dissolved by warm aqua regia, forming a solution of "platinic chloride," H2PtCl6.
platinic chloride is an orange-colored, soluble compound made by heating chloroplatinic acid in a current of chlorine.