inorganic chemistry ticc--124 by J.H. Holloway, C.K. Jorgensen, K. Schwochau, H. Selig

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Evidence of an unstable adduct with AsF 5 was also obtained 16). In 1971 an extensive review on krypton difluoride chemistry referred to a number of krypton difluoride adducts but no details of preparations or characterizations were reported 56}. 59}. All of the compounds fully characterized so far are adducts o f K r F 2 with Lewis acid pentafluorides and all have the stoichiometries 2:1, 1 : 1, or 1 : 2. Complexes reported are K r F 2 . VF 5 61}, K r F 2 . 23~, K r F 2 . 58) K r F 2 . 23) KrF2 .

Criteria which have been drawn upon in classifying the compounds are based mainly on bond distances obtained from X-ray crystal structure determinations, from the stretching frequencies of both terminal and bridging fluorine bonds, and 35 Henry Selig and John H. ) 19F and 129Xe n . m . r , chemical shift data. Clear correlations exist between all of these. The compounds XeF z and XeF 6 form numerous stable complexes with fluoride-ion acceptors having compositions, 2 X e F • MF 5, X e F • MF 5 and X e F • 2 MF 5 (n = 2 or 6).

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