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XXXIX.—Decomposition of water by the joint action of aluminium and of aluminium iodide, bromide, or chloride, including instances of reverse action
Journal of the Chemical Society (Resumed)
IN the course of our work with the copper-zinc couple, we described somewhat brieflr a series of bodies which may be regarded as zinc ethylate in which chlorine, bromine, or iodine has taken the place of one CzH50, and which may well be termed zinc-halogen etlylates. The non-crystalline character of these compounds, coupled with the difficulty of removing the alcohol with which they necessarily become associated, render their study difficult and after all unsatisfactory. W e thought, however,doi:10.1039/js8752800822 fatcat:cthsizlgozfxjbhoegxzpsgubm