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This is an interesting STD reaction in which platinum displaces carbon from zirconium, the Zr transfers from C to Pt.Zirconium carbide is a very stable material and the product is a stable alloy.The explanation is that Pt is an electron rich metal and Zr an electron poor metal. The substance is a stable alloy.
Chapter 7: ACID-BASE REACTIONS, Tables 7.3, 7.5. W.L.Jolly, Modern Inorganic Chemistry, McGraw-Hill, 1983
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