Tetrafluoride

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A tetrafluoride is a chemical compound with four fluorines in its formula.

List of tetrafluorides[edit]

Ions[edit]

Some ions with four fluorine atoms and a small metal ion with a charge under +4 can form a complex ion which may form compounds containing the term tetrafluoride. Examples include

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Han, Young-Kyu; Lee, Yoon Sup (1999). "Structures of RgFn (Rg = Xe, Rn, and Element 118. n = 2, 4.) Calculated by Two-component Spin-Orbit Methods. A Spin-Orbit Induced Isomer of (118)F4". Journal of Physical Chemistry A 103 (8): 1104–1108. doi:10.1021/jp983665k.