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The formation of an astatine compound with hydrogen – usually referred to as hydrogen astatide – was noted by the pioneers of astatine chemistry. [60] As mentioned, there are grounds for instead referring to this compound as astatine hydride. It is easily oxidized ; acidification by dilute nitric acid gives the At 0 or At + forms, and the subsequent addition of silver(I) may only partially, at best, precipitate astatine as silver(I) astatide (AgAt). Iodine, in contrast, is not oxidized, and precipitates readily as silver(I) iodide . [9] [61]

Naturally occurring steroids plants

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