HIGH ENERGY OXIDIZERS
Quarterly technical summary rept. no. 2, 1 May-1 Auguaug 1964
STAUFFER CHEMICAL CO RICHMOND CA
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The reaction of nitrogen pentoxide and chlorinetrifluoride did not result in the desired C14F2NO3-. The main product isolated was nitrylfluoride. The small amount of residue obtained did not contain chlorine in any valency state. When chlorinetrifluoride reacted with fuming nitric acid again no C1F2NO3- could be detected. A solid residue of low thermal stability was obtained, which also did not contain any chlorine. In the vapor phase the presence of C102F was established. The reaction between NOF and C1F gave a solid complex at -78C., which rapidly decomposed at slightly higher temperatures. No complex formation was observed between Cl03F and ClF in the range of -78C. to room temperature.
- Inorganic Chemistry