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|Title:||A Conductometric and Spectroscopic Investigation of Some Solutes in Anhydrous HF|
|Authors:||Brownstein, Seth Morley|
|Abstract:||<p> Conductivity measurements on liquid hydrogen fluoride solutions of some simple bases and fluoroanion salts were carried out, and a set of equivalent ionic conductivities have been determined. The conductivities of electrolytes in hydrogen fluoride have been compared to those of analogous electrolytes in water and strong acid solvents. A method for the investigation of more complex electrolytes was developed.</p> <p> The mode of ionization of adducts of sulfur tetrafluoride, thionyl tetrafluoride and selenium tetrafluoride with fluoride acceptors in hydrogen fluoride has been investigated by conductivity and nmr spectroscopy. The structures of the solid adducts have also been investigated by Raman spectroscopy. The structure and stability of other sulfur-oxide-fluoride adducts have been investigated and found to differ from adducts of thionyl tetrafluoride. </p>|
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