Chemical elements
  Ruthenium
    Isotopes
    Energy
    Production
    Application
    Physical Properties
    Chemical Properties
      Ruthenium Fluoride
      Ruthenium Dichloride
      Ruthenium Trichloride
      Ruthenochlorides
      Potassium Chlor-ruthenate
      Potassium Aquo-chlor-ruthenate
      Caesium Aquo-chlor-ruthenate
      Ruthenium Oxychlorides
      Potassium Bromruthenite
      Potassium Bromruthenate
      Potassium Aquobromruthenate
      Ruthenium Tri-iodide
      Ruthenium Sesquioxide
      Hydrated Ruthenium Sesquioxide
      Ruthenium Dioxide
      Ruthenium Tetroxide
      Ruthenium Sesquisulphide
      Ruthenium Disulphide
      Ruthenium Trisulphide
      Ruthenium Sesquisulphite
      Ruthenium Dithionate
      Ruthenium Sulphate
      Ruthenium Nitrosotrihydroxide
      Potassium Nitrosochloivifuthenate
      Ammonium Nitrosochlor-ruthenate
      Rubidium Nitrosochlor-ruthenate
      Potassium Ruthenium Nitrite
      Sodium Ruthenium Nitrite
      Ruthenium Dicarbonyl
      Potassium Ruthenocyanide
      Barium Ruthenocyanide
      Strontium Ruthenocyanide
      Ruthenium Silicide
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Ruthenium Sulphate, Ru(SO4)2






Ruthenium Sulphate, Ru(SO4)2, results when the precipitated sulphide is oxidised by solution in nitric acid, and by dissolving barium ruthenate in fuming hydrochloric acid, evaporating to dryness, extracting with water and adding excess of dilute sulphuric acid. The barium is precipitated and the filtrate is concentrated, yielding a red liquid, from which, however, Antony could not obtain the crystalline salt. It is also produced by dissolving the tetroxide in sulphuric acid. On evaporation the orange solution yields a yellowish brown, amorphous residue, which is very deliquescent and easily soluble in water. On warming with alkalies, ruthenium hydroxide is precipitated from solution.


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