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Barium Perborate, Ba(VO3)2.7H2O

Barium Perborate, Ba(BO3)2.7H2O, is formed as a white flocculent precipitate by the action of sodium perborate on barium chloride at 0° C. It decomposes hydrochloric acid with the evolution of chlorine, and reacts with sulphuric acid producing barium sulphate and hydrogen peroxide.

By the action of boric acid on hydrated barium peroxide a compound, BaB2O5.3H2O, is obtained.

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