Portland State University. Department of Chemistry
Gary L. Gard
Date of Publication
Master of Science (M.S.) in Chemistry
1 online resource (171 p.)
A new preparative route to the only neutral chromium (V) oxide fluoride, chromium oxide trifluoride, has been accomplished by the reaction of xenon difluoride with chromyl fluoride at high temperature. The chromium oxide trifluoride is produced as crystals which are suitable for single crystal studies. In reactions of chromium oxide trifluoride with alkali and alkaline metal fluorides in anhydrous hydrogen fluoride, new chromium(V) oxide fluoride salts were obtained; these salts were not of high purity due to unknown problems. An attempt to prepare chromium oxide tetrafluoride by the reaction of xenon difluoride with chromyl fluoride in anhydrous hydrogen fluoride failed to produce the desired product.
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Davis, Harry Bennett, "High valent chromium (V) and chromium (VI) complexes" (1984). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 3394.