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|Title:||Chlorides and Oxochloride Complexes of Rhenium|
|Keywords:||rhenium, chlorine, complexes, compound, cells, structures|
|Abstract:||<p> A brief review of the rhenium-chlorine system is presented and a method to determine rhenium:chlorine atom ratios by neutron activation analysis is described. An infrared cell which is useful for highly re-active vapours at temperatures up to 400°C is also described. The compound claimed to be rhenium hexachloride is shown to be rhenium oxytetrachloride and a reliable preparation of β-rhenium tetrachloride is discovered. The hexachlororhenate(V)ion and several complexes containing rhenium(V), rhenium(VI) and rhenium(VII) are prepared. Chemical and physical evidence is used to predict structures of some of the above compounds.</p>|
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