Portland State University. Department of Chemistry
Gary L. Gard
Date of Publication
Master of Science (M.S.) in Chemistry
Chromium oxide fluorides
1 online resource (106 p.)
New preparative routes to chromyl fluoride were sought. It was found that chlorine monofluoride reacts with chromium trioxide and chromyl chloride to produce chromyl fluoride. Attempts were made to define a mechanism for the reaction of ClF and Cr03 in light of by-products observed and previous investigations. Carbonyl fluoride and chromium trioxide react to form chromyl fluoride and carbon dioxide. A mechanism was also proposed for this reaction. Chromium trioxide with MoF6 or WF6 to produce chromyl fluoride and the respective oxide tetrafluoride.
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Green, Patrick Jay, "The chemistry of chromium (VI) and chromium (V) oxide fluorides" (1976). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 4039.