Padma, DK and Subrahmanya Bhat, V and Vasudeva Murthy, AR (1981) Reaction of sulphuryl chlorofluoride with a few metals and metal oxides. In: Journal of Fluorine Chemistry, 17 (5). pp. 501-504.
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Sulphuryl chlorofluoride has no observable reaction with metals and metal oxides at room temperature. Metals like copper, silver, iron, and zinc react with the chlorofluoride in the temperature range 200–400°C. Metal chlorides, metal fluorides and sulphur dioxide are the main products of these reactions. With the corresponding metal oxides, on the other hand, the respective metal sulphates are formed in addition to the metal chlorides and fluorides. In the case of lead and lead oxide, lead chlorofluoride is formed instead of lead chloride and lead fluoride. Sulphuryl fluoride is formed in small quantities in all these reactions by the decomposition of the chlorofluoride. Glass is not attacked by sulphuryl chlorofluoride below 500°C.
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|Date Deposited:||02 Jan 2010 10:28|
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