Phase equilibria in the fluorosilicic acid-o-phenylenediamine-water system at 25°C: The crystal structure of o-phenylenediammonium hexafluorosilicate View Full Text


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2006-10

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V. O. Gel’mbol’dt, L. V. Koroeva, K. E. Domasevich

ABSTRACT

The interactions in the H2SiF6-o-phenylenediamine-H2O (FSA-PDA-H2O) system at 25°C is studied using the isothermal solubility method. The solid phases existing in the system are o-PDA (0-23.70 wt % H2SiF6) and hexafluorosilicate formulated as (o-PDAH2)SiF6 (23.70–44.60 wt % H2SiF6). The structure for the latter is solved in single-crystal X-ray diffraction experiments. In the ionic structure of the complex, o-PDAH22+ cations and SiF62 anions are linked through H-bonds NH-F((N-F 2.865(2)-2.967(2) Å) into a two-dimensional net. The Si-F bond lengths are 1.6709(12)-1.6958(12) Å. More... »

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1653-1658

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