Portland State University. Department of Chemistry
Gary L. Gard
Date of Publication
Master of Science (M.S.) in Chemistry
Chromium oxyfluorides, Perfluoroglutarates
1 online resource (121 p.)
Pure chromium oxide trifluoride was prepared for the first time by reaction of CrO3 and ClF with subsequent multiple fluorine treatments at 120°c. On the basis of its infrared spectrum, the purple CrOF3 was assigned as a fluorine-bridged polymer with terminal oxygen groups. Chromium oxide trifluoride was found to be stable to 300°c, where it decomposes with the loss of oxygen to CrF3.
Johnson, Bruce Michael, "Chemistry of chromium oxyfluorides and group VIB perfluoroglutarates" (1981). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 3096.