vanadic acid fuses with carbonate of soda upon charcoal, and is absorbed.
This oxytrichloride is a yellow fuming liquid, which is instantly decomposed by water into vanadic and hydrochloric acids.
Microcosmic salt and vanadic acid fuse in the oxidation flame to a dark yellow bead which, upon cooling, loses much of its color.
vanadic Acid (VO3) fuses upon platinum foil to a deep orange liquid, which becomes crystalline after cooling.
It is here distinguished from vanadic acid, which gives a brownish or yellow bead while hot.
This metal has been found in the state of vanadic acid, in a lead ore from Zimapan, in Mexico.
vanadic acid is absorbed by the charcoal, although it is not reduced.