Palladium fluoride

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Palladium fluoride is the name of a series of binary compounds of palladium and fluorine. These include:

Palladium-fluorine coordination complexes have been developed to catalyse the synthesis of aryl fluorides, which are otherwise difficult to make.[3][4]


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