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Ruthenium Dicarbonyl, Ru(CO)2

Ruthenium, like iron, yields a carbonyl derivative. It is obtained as an orange-yellow deposit upon subjecting ruthenium black to the action of carbon monoxide at 300° C. under a pressure of 400 atmospheres. The Ruthenium Dicarbonyl, Ru(CO)2, is extracted from the residue by solution in alcohol. It is insoluble in benzene and in hydrochloric acid, but soluble in nitric acid and in bromine, gas being evolved. When heated, a mirror of metallic ruthenium is produced. In contradistinction to the other carbonyls of this group of metals ruthenium dicarbonyl is not volatile.

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