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Fremy found that potassium hydroxylamine sulphonate decomposed into acid sulphate and hydroxylamine salt. The change takes place when the solution is boiled: -- this is the formula: --
S[subscript]4[/subscript]O[subscript]18[/subscript][?K?][subscript]4[/subscript]H[subscript]10[/subscript]N[subscript]2[/subscript] + S[subscript]2[/subscript]O[subscript]8[/subscript]K[subscript]2[/subscript]H[subscript]4[/subscript]N[subscript]2[/subscript].
The decomposition of hydroxylamine monosulphonates into sulphites and hyponitrite show that a hyponitrite must have its oxygen between nitrogen and metal. Some chemists admit that a few salts of this acid can not be obtained in a pure state. The molecule of the acid contains two atoms

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Fremy found that potassium hydroxylamine sulphonate decomposed into acid sulphate and hydroxylamine salt. The change takes place when the solution is boiled: -- this is the formula: --
S[subscript]4[/subscript]O[subscript]18[/subscript][?K?][subscript]4[/subscript]H[subscript]10[/subscript]N[subscript]2[/subscript] + S[subscript]2[/subscript]O[subscript]8[/subscript]K[subscript]2[/subscript]H[subscript]4[/subscript]N[subscript]2[/subscript].
The decomposition of hydroxylamine monosulphonates into sulphites and hyponitrite show that a hyponitrite must have its oxygen between nitrogen and metal. Some chemists admit that a few salts of this acid can not be obtained in a pure state. The molecule of the acid contains two atoms