Hafnium hydride (HfH2) is a grey to black powder.
At temperatures above 300°C, hafnium hydride decomposes evolving hydrogen.
Hafnium forms HfH1.86 when it is heated to temperatures in excess of 700°C.
Melting Point (°C)
Decomposes at 300°C
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