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- n. any chloride containing five chlorine atoms in each molecule
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- n. A chloride having five atoms of chlorine in each molecule.
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It was during this period that he discovered the iminochlorides by the action of phosphorus pentachloride on the acid amides.
The latter are obtained by the action of chlorosulphonic acid on aromatic hydrocarbons; a simpler method, however, is to treat the dry alkali sulphonates with phosphorus pentachloride --
The chlorides of these compounds are obtained when phosphorus pentachloride is allowed to act upon the acids, and are as a rule crystalline.
The author adds in small portions five parts metanitro-benzaldehyd to nine parts of phosphorus pentachloride, avoiding a great rise of temperature.
It burns spontaneously in chlorine, forming boron chloride, chloride of iodine, and pentachloride of phosphorus.
Find the formula weights of the following substances to three significant figures. calcium hydroxide, Ca (OH) 2 = ____ AMU potassium sulfate, K2SO4 = ____AMU phosphorus pentachloride, PCl5 = ___AMU
Phosphorus pentachloride react to form phosphorus trichloride and chlorine, like this: what happens when hydrogen combines with oxygen in presense of electric current? en Español
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