- of or containing platinum, especially in the tetravalent state.
Origin of platinic
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A hydrochlorate, a sulphate, an aurochloride, and a platinic chloride of betaine have been prepared.
By heating to below redness the platinic chloride and digesting with hydrate of potassium the residue.
These are distinguished from solutions of the platinic salts by not being precipitated by chloride of ammonium.
Platinic chloride produces, in neutral and acid solutions, a yellow crystalline precipitate.
After heating, the melted mass will have an alkaline reaction, and give a precipitate with platinic chloride.Poisons: Their Effects and Detection
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- of or containing platinum, esp in the tetravalent state
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