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Beryllium Borocarbide, C4B6Be6

Lebeau described a compound, C4B6Be6, obtained by heating beryllia and boron in a carbon crucible in the electric furnace. It forms crystals with a metallic lustre, which have a density of 2.4 and dissolve readily in mineral acids. It oxidises superficially at a red heat, and burns in chlorine at about 450° C.

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