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Germanium Oxychloride, GeOCl2

Germanium Oxychloride, GeOCl2, is produced from germanium chloroform by oxidation when the latter substance is being prepared by warming germanium in a current of hydrogen chloride gas. It is also formed when a fine stream of air or oxygen is led through the chloroform, and gradually separates thereform as an oily liquid. Germanium oxychloride is a colourless liquid, less mobile than, and immiscible with, germanium chloroform; it does not fume in the air, and boils above 100° C.

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