Antimony Hydride

Antimony Hydride

 

(also stibine), SbH3, a colorless, highly flammable gas with an unpleasant odor. Antimony hydride boils at – 18°C and melts at – 88°C. It is obtained by the reaction of atomic hydrogen with compounds of antimony or by the action of acids on antimonides of magnesium or zinc. Antimony hydride is poisonous.

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