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Gold(V) Fluoride

Gold pentafluoride is the strongest known fluoride ion acceptor.It also has significant uses in synthetic organic chemistry. They are commonly also used to alloy metal and for optical deposition.

Grignard Reagent

Grignard reagents are named after their discoverer, French chemist Victor Grignard, who jointly received the 1912 Nobel Prize for Chemistry. Grignard reagent: R-Mg-X ; R= any alkyl or aryl group , Mg= magnesium metal and X= any halogen.It is prepared by adding an alkyl halide to magnesium shavings in diethyl ether or tetrahydrofuran.It is strong bases, they add to epoxides and carbonyl groups, and used to make other organometallic reagents by reacting with metal-halogen bonds. They have wide applications in synthetic chemical industry.

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Grubbs' Catalyst

Grubbs' Catalysts are a series of transition metal carbene complexes used as catalysts for olefin metathesis. There are two generations of Grubbs' Catalysts are present. These are Grubbs' Catalysts 1st generation catalyst and Grubbs' Catalysts 2nd generation catalyst.

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Hydriodic Acid

Hydroiodic acid is a colorless gas with pungent smell. Hydroiodic acid is a diatomic molecule which is used in both organic and inorganic synthesis

Hydrogen Bromide

Hydrogen bromide is the diatomic molecule. It can be synthesized by a variety of methods. It may be prepared in the laboratory by distillation of a solution of sodium or potassium bromide with phosphoric acid or diluted sulfuric acid. It can also be found as a liquid, either as hydrobromic acid (hydrogen bromide dissolved in water) or as a compressed gas under pressure (anhydrous hydrogen bromide). Hydrogen bromide can react violently when mixed with some chemicals, metals or water, forming a flammable, explosive gas. Hydrogen bromide is used to make chemicals and drugs, as a solvent and as a veterinary drug, used in combination with hydrogen chloride and chlorine for plasma etching of polysilicon, used in the manufacture of organic and inorganic bromides and hydrobromic acid, as a reducing agent, and as a catalyst in controlled oxidations, used in the alkylation of aromatic compounds, and in the isomerization of conjugated diolefins.

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Hydrogen Sulfide

Hydrogen sulfide is a very poisonous, flammable gas with the characteristic foul odor of rotten eggs. It often results from the bacterial breakdown of organic matter in the absence of oxygen, such as in swamps and sewers. It also occurs in volcanic gases, natural gas, and some well waters. The human body produces small amounts of H2S and uses it as a signaling molecule. Several organosulfur compounds are produced using hydrogen sulfide. Upon combining with alkali metal bases, hydrogen sulfide converts to alkali hydrosulfides such as sodium hydrosulfide and sodium sulfide, which are used in the degradation of biopolymers. Hydrogen sulfide used to have importance in analytical chemistry for well over a century, in the qualitative inorganic analysis of metal ions. In the purification of metal ores by flotation, mineral powders are often treated with hydrogen sulfide to enhance the separation.

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Indium Tin Oxide

Indium Tin Oxide is a solid solution of indium(III) oxide (In2O3) and tin(IV) oxide (SnO2), typically 90% In2O3, 10% SnO2 by weight. It is transparent and colourless in thin layers however in bulk form it is yellowish to grey. In the infrared region of the spectrum it acts as a metal-like mirror. Indium tin oxide is one of the most widely used transparent conducting oxides because of its two principal properties. The first being its electrical conductivity and optical transparency, in conjunction to the ease with which it can be deposited as a thin film. It is used to make transparent conductive coatings for displays such as liquid crystal displays, flat panel displays, plasma displays, touch panels, and electronic ink applications, optical coatings, most notably infrared-reflecting coatings (hot mirrors) for automotive, and sodium vapor lamp glasses.

Iodoacetic Acid

For the chemical modification of thiol groups in proteins (specific for cysteine at pH 8.5) 1; Alkylates methionine 2

Iodocyclo Hexane

The photodissociation dynamics of iodocyclohexane has been studied using velocity map imaging2. Nickel catalyzed coupling of iodocyclohexane with 1-octyne has been investigated3.

Iridium Carbonyl

Tetrairidium dodecacarbonyl is a chemical compound. This tetrahedral cluster is the most common and most stable "binary" carbonyl of iridium. This air-stable species is only poorly soluble in organic solvents. It has been used to prepare bimetallic clusters and catalysts.

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