The Crystal Structures of Some Solvates of Seleninyldichloride

  • Yngve Hermodsson
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Studies of the coordination in non-aqueous ionizing solvents have depended largely upon electrochemical techniques. However, a knowledge of the structures of the solid solvates, the compounds formed between solute and solvent, can also indicate the spatial arrangement likely to be adopted in solution. Most of the solvents investigated have been halides and oxy — halides, and of these seleninyldichloride, SeOCl2, is one of the most strongly ionizing. the dielectric constant is 46 at 20°.


Hydrogen Sulfide Liquid Ammonia Addition Compound Selenium Atom Antimony Atom 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Yngve Hermodsson
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  1. 1.Institute of ChemistryUniversity of UppsalaUppsalaSweden

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