antimony trioxide

(redirected from Antimonous oxide)

an·ti·mo·ny tri·ox·ide

A compound used in paints and flameproofing; also formerly used as an expectorant and emetic.
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For the next hundred years, the application of such yellow colourants (iron oxide) continued, until the Qing emperors began to favour the production of antimonous oxide yellow ware during the 18th century.
The ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid and antimonous oxide were purchased from Shanghai Reagent Industry.
Then, 0.875 g (3 mmol) antimonous oxide was gradually added to the above solution, stirring and maintaining the temperature at 90[degrees]C.
The final residue is antimonous oxide, and the experimental result (15.35%) is in agreement with the result of theoretical calculation (16.30%).