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Solvolysis reactions in liquid antimony (V) fluoride. A convenient and versatile synthetic method

TitleSolvolysis reactions in liquid antimony (V) fluoride. A convenient and versatile synthetic method
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication1996
AuthorsWang, C, Hwang, G, Siu, SC, Aubke, F, Bley, B, Bodenbinder, M, Bach, C, Willner, H
JournalEuropean Journal of Solid State and Inorganic Chemistry
Volume33
Pagination917-930
Type of ArticleArticle
ISBN Number0992-4361
KeywordsCATIONS, CRYSTAL, FLUOROSULFATES, MAGNETIC-PROPERTIES, MAS NMR-SPECTRA, MOLECULAR-STRUCTURE, NOBLE-METALS, TRIS(FLUOROSULFATE), UNDECAFLUORODIANTIMONATE(V), VIBRATIONAL-SPECTRA
Abstract

{Solvolysis reactions of various fluorosulfates in liquid antimony (V) fluoride allow the synthesis of a wide range of fluoroantimonate (V) salts with main group, organometallic and transition metal cations. In the presence of carbon monoxide, CO, at pressures of 0.5 to 2.0 atmospheres a new group of homoleptic carbonyl cations of electronrich metals (Hg, Au, Pt, Pd, Ir, Ru, and Os) form with [Sb2F11](-) as anion. The salts show relatively high thermal stability (> 100 degrees C). The geometries of the cations [Au(CO)(2)](+), [Hg(CO)(2)](2+) (linear) and [M(CO)(4)](2+)

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