Borderline Hydrides - Synthesis

Synthesis

Borderline hydrides are most commonly formed via the acidification or reduction of metal salts. For instance, cupric hydride is formed by reacting copper sulphate and hypophosphorous acid at about 70°C, forming a yellow precipitate that soon turns red-brown. Zinc hydride, ZnH2, can be formed by the reduction of either a zinc halide or dimethylzinc.

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