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Barium Zirconate, BaZrO3

Barium Zirconate, BaZrO3, is obtained by fusing zirconium oxide with barium hydroxide. After treatment with water and dilute acetic acid a fine greyish-white powder, easily soluble in hydrochloric acid, is obtained. Barium chloride may be used instead of the hydroxide.

By mixing solutions of barium chloride and potassium fluorzirconate a precipitate of composition 3BaF2.2ZrF4.2H2O is obtained, but this may be either a compound or a mixture.

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