nickel carbonate


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nickel carbonate

[′nik·əl ′kär·bə‚nāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
NiCO3 Light-green crystals that decompose upon heating; soluble in acid, insoluble in water; used in electroplating.
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1959) Hellyerite, a new nickel carbonate from Heazle-wood, Tasmania.
Sherritt - dissolution of the nickel carbonate in ammonium sulphate solution and production of nickel powder by hydrogen reduction at high pressure and temperature.
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