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[*] posted on 5-12-2016 at 21:56
Vanadium pentoxide & VO & VO3

Vanadium pentoxide is an orange or brick-red solid.Odorless, tasteless and toxic.The melting point of 690 ° C, density 3.357g/cm3.Orange-red needle-like crystals precipitated when the melt cooling and decompose at 1750 ℃.Slightly soluble in water, generating a pale yellow acidic solution.Vanadium pentoxide is an amphoteric oxide, acidic than alkaline, soluble in strong base to generate vanadate dissolved in acid and the the vanadyl ion VO or VO3 + generate.
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[*] posted on 5-12-2016 at 22:54

Is there a question hidden in there? Or is this a PSA just letting people know? It would be great if you added something more, perhaps a reaction you intend to perform, something you don't understand or a straight forward inquiry to a source for the material. Otherwise, members could just look up this info and its not really of value on SM.

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[*] posted on 6-12-2016 at 09:34

This post is useless. @Rhenium If you're meaning to ask a question, try again.

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