PROPULSION RESEARCH PROGRAM. HYDRIDE AND FLUORIDE INVESTIGATIONS
Semiannual techical rept. 1 Jan-30 Jun 1962
AEROSPACE CORP EL SEGUNDO CA
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The complex formed between sulfur tetrafluoride and tetramethyl ammonium fluoride has been almost completely characterized. The compound believed to be CH34N plus SF5- is stable to 70 to 100 C and reacts with water, nitrobenzene, formamide, and monomethyl formamide. The flourine nuclear magnetic resonance spectrum of the compound exhibits a single line quite different from that of F- or SF4. The reaction between ferric chloride, phenyl magnesium bromide and hydrogen to form iron hydrides was studied. The products have been separated into at least five separate solid components based on differential solubility in various basic solvents.
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