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Abstract

Oxyhalide-solvents can act as halide ion-donors in a similar manner to the acceptor halides discussed in the previous chapter. On the other hand they differ from the covalent halides by the donor properties at the 0-atoms and coordination chemistry in their solutions will depend on the donor properties as expressed by the donor numbers1, 2.

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Ferric Chloride Aluminium Chloride Crystal Violet Thionyl Chloride Donor Property 
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  • Viktor Gutmann
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  1. 1.Technische Hochschule WienAustria

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