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Deutsch: Draht aus reinstem Platin (99.95%) loest sich in einem Gemisch aus einem Drittel HNO3 sowie 2 Drittel HCl (Bild: Alexander C. Wimmer)
English: Pure platinum wire (99.95 %) dissolves easily in a mixture of one part nitric acid, two parts hydrochloric acid ( en:aqua regia).
Date 8 December 2011
Source Buch "Die chemischen Elemente", SMT, 2011, ISBN: 978-3-200-02434-2
Author Alexander C. Wimmer


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