Reactions with disulphur monoxide solutions obtained by the reduction of cupric oxide by elemental sulphur
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When the products of reaction between elemental sulphur and copper oxide at elevated temperature in vacuum are bubbled through chilled inert organic solvents like carbontetrachloride, orange-yellow solutions were obtained indicating the presence of lower oxide of sulphur. This lower oxide has been found to be disulphur monoxide as shown by three different types of reactions; (1) Mercury decomposition, (2) Reaction with hydrogen iodide and hydrolytic reaction in an alkaline homogeneous medium.
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- Reactions with disulphur monoxide solutions obtained by the reduction of cupric oxide by elemental sulphur
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