Trifluoride

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Trifluorides are compounds having three fluorines per formula unit. Many metals form trifluorides, such as iron, the rare earth elements, and the metals in the aluminium and scandium columns of the periodic table. No trifluoride is soluble in water, but several are soluble in other solvents.[1]

List of trifluorides[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sobolev, Boris Petrovich (2001). The Rare Earth Trifluorides: Introduction to materials science of multicomponent metal fluoride crystals. Institut d'Estudis Catalans. p. 51. ISBN 84-7283-610-X.