Nanjundaswamy, KS and Murthy, MN Sankarshana (1986) Low-temperature stabilization of pure Ni(IT)O. In: Materials Chemistry and Physics, 15 (1). pp. 37-44.
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Ordinary nickel (II) oxide prepared by any of the usual methods is always contaminated with some higher valency states of nickel. Such nickel oxide however can be converted to pure nickel (II) oxide by soaking for some hours at 800–850°C in a closed system under a static inert atmosphere and in the presence of pure MnO as oxygen-getter. The resulting Ni(IT)O is highly resistant to oxidation.
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