|Molar mass||86.476 g/mol|
|Appearance||white cubic crystals|
|Melting point||Decomposes at 170°C|
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Rubidium hydride is the hydride of rubidium. It is synthesized using rubidium metal to react with hydrogen gas. As a hydride of an alkali metal, it is reactive towards even weak oxidizing agents. A redox reaction will occur with chlorine or fluorine and a lot of heat will evolve. Rubidium hydride will react violently with water or air and careful storage is necessary.
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