|Contributions||Argonne National Laboratory.|
|LC Classifications||QD162 H9 1963|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||404|
Scientists have discovered that, since the heavier noble gas atoms are held together less strongly by electromagnetic forces than are the lighter noble gases, such as helium, the outer electrons of these heavier atoms can be removed more easily. Because of this, many compounds of the gases xenon, krypton, and radon can, in fact, be formed. The ligand —OTeF5 is the best stabilizer for noble gas compounds, exceeded only by fluorine s the structures of Xe(OTeF5)4 and OXe(OTeF5)4 are analogous to XeF4 and XeOF4, Xe(OTeF5. Noble-Gas Chemistry By John H. Holloway. Pp. viii + (Methuen: London, November ) by: 1. Noble-Gas by: 5.
The discussion of gas-phase chemistry of the noble gases covers neutral and ionic compounds, diatomic molecules, complexes with small molecules and metal compounds, up to large clusters. Author Bios Felice Grandinetti is professor at the Department for the Innovation in Biological Systems, Food and Forestry (DIBAF) of the University of Tuscia. Example 3: Radon Compounds. Radon difluoride (RnF 2) is one of the few reported compounds of radon. Radon reacts readily with fluorine to form a solid compound, but this decomposes on attempted vaporization and its exact composition is uncertain. The usefulness of radon compounds is limited because of the noble gas's radioactivity. Noble-gas reactivity was discovered on Ma when Neil Bartlett (–) showed that xenon gas was oxidized by PtF6. The product obtained by . Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text. An ex-library book and may have standard library stamps and/or stickers. The dust jacket is missing. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. Noble Gas Compounds by A readable copy. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Pages.
This book is basically the proceedings of a conference held at Argonne National Laboratory in , not long after it was discovered that there actually was such a thing as a noble gas compound. A synopsis of the more interesting results is short enough to include here: Helium, neon, and argon have not been found to form compounds.4/5(1). Pages in category "Noble gas compounds" The following 2 pages are in this category, out of 2 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (). book reviews Editor: W. F. KIEFFER CollegeofWooster Wooster,Ohio Noble-Gas Chemistry JohnII. Holloway,UniversityofAber- deen. Methuen&Co, Ltd.,London/ Barnes&Noble. One of the authors (Liebman) first learned of noble gas chemistry in , scarcely a year since Bartlett’s first published discovery, as part of his honors introductory chemistry 1 course. His instructor (Mostafa El-Sayed) exuberantly described the novelty of noble gas compounds: syntheses, properties, and, indeed, their very by: