Complexes of Xenon Hexafluoride

  • Henry Selig
Conference paper


It has recently been reported (1) that XeF2 reacts with SbF5 or TaF5 to form complexes with the composition XeF2· (SbF5)2 or XeF2·(TaF5)2. However, BF3 does not appear to form complexes with XeF2 or XeF4 up to 200° (1, 2). Complexes with XeF6 have not yet been described.


Ethylene Oxide Addition Compound Silicon Tetrafluoride Flight Mass Spectrometer Bond Electron Pair 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Henry Selig
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  1. 1.Argonne National LaboratoryArgonneUSA

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