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so in alcohol.
[underlined]Hydroxylammonium chloride[/underlined], (NH[subscript]4[/subscript]OCl) -- can be obtained from a solution of sodium nitrite and sodium sulphite (one gram-molecule of the first and two gram-molecules of the second is used) which is neutralized with hydrochloric acid. This is the reaction which takes place: --
NaNO[subscript]2[/subscript] + 2Na[subscript]2[/subscript]SO[subscript]3[/subscript] + 4HCl = HONH[subscript]2[/subscript][?.?] HCl + 3NaCl + 2NaHSO[subscript]4[/subscript].
It crystalizes from a hot alchoholic solution in large monodinic prisms which are quite soluble in water. When a concentrated solution of

so in alcohol.
[underlined]Hydroxylammonium chloride[/underlined], (NH[subscript]4[/subscript]OCl) -- can be obtained from a solution of sodium nitrite and sodium sulphite (one gram-molecule of the first and two gram-molecules of the second is used) which is neutralized with hydrochloric acid. This is the reaction which takes place: --
NaNO[subscript]2[/subscript] + 2Na[subscript]2[/subscript]SO[subscript]3[/subscript] + 4HCl = HONH[subscript]2[/subscript][?.?] HCl + 3NaCl + 2NaHSO[subscript]4[/subscript].
It crystalizes from a hot alchoholic solution in large monodinic prisms which are quite soluble in water. When a concentrated solution of