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Chlorine(V) fluoride-dioxide react with platinum hexafluoride

2ClO2F + 2PtF6 → ClO2F2[PtF6] + ClO2[PtF6]




Chlorine(V) fluoride-dioxide react with platinum hexafluoride to produce dioxide-difluoride-hexafluoroplatinate(V) chlorine(VII) and dioxide-hexafluoroplatinate(V) chlorine(V). This reaction takes place at a temperature near -78°C, initiated by the absorption of energy in the form of light.


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Сoding to search: 2 ClO2F + 2 PtF6 cnd [ hν ] = ClO2F2PtF6 + ClO2PtF6

Add / Edited: 16.03.2015 /

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