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Mercury(II) fluoride is a selective fluorination agent. Organic compounds, such as triphenylacetic acid, triphenyl ethylene, and triethyl phosphite can be selectively fluorinated in dimethylsulfoxide/HgF 2 solutions under UV-visible illumination. CF2I2 was synthesized by fluorination of tetraiodomethane with mercury(II) fluoride and purified.
Mohammed H. Habibi,; Thomas E. Mallouk. Photochemical selective fluorination of organic molecules using mercury (II) fluoride. Journal of Fluorine Chemistry. 1991, 51(2), 291-294.
W Radloffa,; P Farmanaraa,; V Sterta,; E Schreibera,; J.R Huberb.Ultrafast photodissociation dynamics of electronically excited CF2I2 molecules. Chemical Physics Letters. 1998 , 291 (1-2), 173-178.
Gefahrenhinweise (EU): H300-H310-H330-H373
Fatal if swallowed. Fatal in contact with skin. Fatal if inhaled. May cause damage to organs through prolonged or repeated exposure.
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