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      Tantalum Pentafluoride
      Tantalum Oxyfluorides
      Tantalum Dichloride
      Tantalum Trichloride
      Tantalum Tetrachloride
      Tantalum Pentachloride
      Tantalum Oxychlorides
      Bromotantalum Bromide
      Tantalum Tribromide
      Tantalum Pentabromide
      Tantalum Oxybromide
      Tantalum Pentiodide
      Tantalum Dioxide
      Tantalum Pentoxide
      Tantalates
      Hetero-Tantalates
      Pertantalic Acid
      Tantalum Peroxyfluorides
      Tantalum Disulphide
      Tantalum Sulphates
      Tantalum Mononitride
      Tritantalum Pentanitride
      Tantalum Carbide
    PDB 1dd4-3enh

Tantalum Peroxyfluorides






Tantalum Peroxyfluorides or Fluoroxypertantalates. - The alkali tantalum oxyfluorides also have the property of taking up oxygen by reaction with hydrogen peroxide.

When potassium tantalum fluoride is dissolved in 4 per cent, hydrogen peroxide solution which contains a small amount of hydrofluoric acid, crystals of potassium tantalum peroxyfluoride, 2KF.TaO2F3.H2O, are obtained. This is a remarkably stable substance; it loses water at 100° C. and oxygen only at higher temperatures. With concentrated hydrofluoric acid it yields hydrogen peroxide. The corresponding rubidium salt, 2RbF.TaO2F3.H2O, is prepared similarly.


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