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Phosphorus Monoselenide, P2Se

Phosphorus Monoselenide, P2Se, may be obtained by heating one atomic proportion of selenium with two atomic proportions of phosphorus in a current of hydrogen. It is formed with incandescence as a clear red solid, which is combustible and slightly soluble in carbon disulphide. It is decomposed by boiling alkalis with liberation of phosphine. With metal selenides it forms double selenides.
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