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Antimonic oxide is converted on ignition into the tetroxide (Sb2O4) with loss of oxygen.
Antimony forms two series of salts, antimonious and antimonic; and advantage is taken of this in its determination volumetrically.
It is very unstable, and easily changes into antimonic acid, even in water.
Antimonic anhydride is a yellowish-white powder, tasteless and insoluble in water and acids.
Antimonic chloride and potassium iodide react, forming antimonious chloride and free iodine.