Fluorine Chemistry, Volume II focuses on studies on fluorocarbons and fluorocarbon derivatives. Composed of various literature, the book first discusses fluorine-containing complex salts and acids. The complex fluorides of alkali metals, beryllium, boron, carbon, silicon, germanium, tin, and lead are described. The text also looks at research on halogen fluorides. The physical properties of chlorine, bromine, and iodine fluorides; halogen fluorides as ionizing solvents; and acids and bases in iodine pentafluoride and chlorine trifluoride are discussed. The book discusses analytical chemistry of fluorine and fluorine-containing compounds. Analysis of gaseous samples; separation and isolation of fluorine; qualitative detection and identification of fluorine; and determination of fluorine in specific materials are described. The text also focuses on organic compounds containing fluorine. Alcohols, acids and their derivatives, polymer containing fluorines, amines, amino acids, drugs, dyes, and pesticides are discussed as well. The book further looks at metallic compounds containing fluorocarbon radicals and organometallic compounds containing fluorine, fluorocarbon chemistry, and the infrared spectra of fluorocarbons and related compounds. The text is a vital source of information for readers wanting to study fluorocarbons and fluorocarbon derivatives.Benzene diazonium fluoroborate has been converted to fluorobenzene quantitatively, while yields with alkyl groups or the halogens are 80% or greater. Nitrodiazonium fluoroborates are troublesome to work with since they do not decomposeanbsp;...
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