Br2F7- and Br3F10-: peculiar anions showing mu(2)- and mu(3)-bridging F-atoms: Peculiar anions showing μ2- and μ3-bridging F-atoms

S. I. Ivlev, A. J. Karttunen, R. V. Ostvald, F. Kraus

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Abstract

RbCl and CsCl react with BrF3 yielding the corresponding decafluoridotribromates(iii), MBr3F10 (M = Rb, Cs), which were structurally characterized for the first time. The Br3F10 - anion is surprisingly not linear but contains a μ3-bridging fluorine atom and seems to be the first example of μ3-F bridging of Br atoms. The compounds are highly reactive and cannot be handled in glassware. As for the tetrafluoridobromates themselves, they are powerful oxidizers and thus suitable for the dry-chemical recycling of precious metals and additionally feature a significantly higher BrF3 content.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)12040-12043
Number of pages4
JournalChemical Communications
Volume52
Issue number81
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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Br2F7- and Br3F10-: peculiar anions showing mu(2)- and mu(3)-bridging F-atoms : Peculiar anions showing μ2- and μ3-bridging F-atoms. / Ivlev, S. I.; Karttunen, A. J.; Ostvald, R. V.; Kraus, F.

In: Chemical Communications, Vol. 52, No. 81, 2016, p. 12040-12043.

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