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Antimony Pentafluoride Properties

Antimony Pentafluoride

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Antimony Pentafluoride is the inorganic compound. Antimony pentafluoride is prepared by the reaction of antimony pentachloride with anhydrous hydrogen fluoride. It can also be prepared from antimony trifluoride and fluorine. Antimony pentafluoride has also been used in the first discovered chemical reaction that produces fluorine gas from fluoride compounds. Antimony Pentafluoride is a water insoluble Antimony source for use in oxygen-sensitive applications, such as metal production. Antimony Pentafluoride is generally immediately available in most volumes.

Chemical Properties

Appearance Colorless Oily Liquid
Boiling Point 149.5 °C
CAS Number 7783-70-2
Density 2.993 g/ml
EINECS Number 232-021-8
IUPAC Name Antimony(V) Fluoride
InChI 1S/5FH.Sb/h5*1H;/q;;;;;+3/p-5
Main Hazards Inhalation of antimony pentafluoride causes irritation of nose and throat. Contact of antimony pentafluoride liquid with eyes or skin causes severe burns. Ingestion causes vomiting and severe burns of mouth and throat. Over exposure by any route can cause bloody stools, slow pulse, low blood pressure, coma, convulsions, cardiac arrest.
Melting Point 8.3 °C
Molar Mass 216.74 g/mol
Molecular Formula SbF5
NFPA 704 H-4,F-0,R-1,C-W
Other_Cations Phosphorus Pentafluoride;Arsenic Pentafluoride;Bismuth Pentafluoride
RTECS Number CC5800000
Related Compounds Antimony Trifluoride
Synonyms Antimony Fluoride;Antimonypentafluoride;Antimony(V) Fluoride;Pentafluoroantimony