The rate of interaction of silicon with fluorine at room temperature increases as a linear function of the pressure.
At fluorine pressures equal to 100 mm and above, a substantial increase in the reaction rate is observed, leading in certain cases even to fusion of the sample.
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In conclusion, the authors would like to express the irgratitude to M. V. Ivanov and P. K. Mogilevtsev for their aid in conducting the mass spectrometric and electron-diffraction studies.
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Arslam'ekov, V.A., Gorbunova, K.M. & Guseva, N.S. Influence of the fluorine pressure on the rate of its interaction with silicon. Russ Chem Bull 18, 69–72 (1969). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00907596
- Linear Function
- Temperature Increase
- Room Temperature Increase