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Phosphorus(V) chloride react with ammonium chloride

nPCl5 + nNH4Cl → (PNCl2)n + 4nHCl




Phosphorus(V) chloride react with ammonium chloride to produce poly(dichlorophosphazene). This reaction takes place at a temperature near 135°C, in the liquid tetrachloroethane.


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Сoding to search: n PCl5 + n NH4Cl cnd [ temp ] = PNCl2n + 4n HCl

Add / Edited: 30.12.2014 /

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