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Fluorine Compounds, Inorganic

  1. Jean Aigueperse1,
  2. Paul Mollard2,
  3. Didier Devilliers3,
  4. Marius Chemla3,
  5. Robert Faron4,
  6. René Romano4,
  7. Jean Pierre Cuer5

Published Online: 15 JUN 2000

DOI: 10.1002/14356007.a11_307

Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry

Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry

How to Cite

Aigueperse, J., Mollard, P., Devilliers, D., Chemla, M., Faron, R., Romano, R. and Cuer, J. P. 2000. Fluorine Compounds, Inorganic. Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry. .

Author Information

  1. 1

    ATOCHEM, Usine de Pierre-Bénite, Pierre-Bénite, France

  2. 2

    Ste Foy Les Lyon, France

  3. 3

    Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France

  4. 4

    COMURHEX, Paris, France

  5. 5

    ATOCHEM, Centre de Recherche Rhône-Alpes, Pierre-Bénite, France

Publication History

  1. Published Online: 15 JUN 2000

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Abstract

The article contains sections titled:

1.Hydrofluoric Acid
1.1.Physical Properties
1.1.1.Anhydrous Hydrofluoric Acid (AHF)
1.1.2.Aqueous Solutions
1.2.Chemical Properties
1.3.Manufacture
1.3.1.Fluorite Processes
1.3.2.Fluosilicic Acid Processes
1.3.3.Corrosion-Resistant Materials
1.3.4.Specifications and Analysis
1.4.Storage and Transport
1.5.Toxicology and Occupational Health
1.6.Economic Aspects and Uses
2.Calcium Fluoride
2.1.Physical and Chemical Properties
2.2.Production and Resources
2.3.Uses
2.4.Toxicology
2.5.Specifications
2.6.Chemical Analysis
3.Aluminum Fluoride and Fluoroaluminates
3.1.Aluminum Fluoride
3.1.1.Properties
3.1.2.Manufacture
3.1.2.1.Hydrofluoric Acid Processes
3.1.2.2.Fluosilicic Acid Processes
3.1.2.3.Recovery of Fluorine During Aluminum Production
3.2.Fluoroaluminates
3.2.1.Cryolite, AlF3· 3 NaF
3.2.1.1.Properties
3.2.1.2.Manufacture
3.2.2.Ammonium Cryolite
3.3.Environment Protection
3.4.Specifications
3.5.Chemical Analysis
3.6.Uses
3.7.Economic Aspects
3.8.Toxicology
4.Other Metal Fluorides
4.1.Ammonium Fluorides
4.2.Cobalt Fluorides
4.3.Lithium Fluorides
4.4.Magnesium Fluoride
4.5.Nickel Fluorides
4.6.Potassium Fluorides
4.7.Sodium Fluorides
4.8.Tungsten Hexafluoride
5.Fluorine - Silicon Compounds
5.1.Silicon Tetrafluoride
5.1.1.Physical Properties
5.1.2.Chemical Properties
5.1.3.Manufacture
5.1.4.Transport
5.1.5.Analysis
5.1.6.Use
5.1.7.Toxicology
5.2.Fluosilicic Acid
5.2.1.Physical Properties
5.2.2.Chemical Properties
5.2.3.Manufacture
5.2.4.Transport
5.2.5.Quality and Analysis
5.2.6.Use
5.2.7.Economic Aspects
5.2.8.Toxicity
5.3.Fluosilicates
5.3.1.Properties
5.3.2.Manufacture
5.3.3.Analysis
5.3.4.Uses, Economic Aspects
5.3.5.Toxicity
6.Other Inorganic FluorineCompounds
6.1.Sulfur Fluorides
6.1.1.Sulfur Hexafluoride
6.1.2.Sulfur Tetrafluoride
6.2.Nitrogen Fluorides
6.3.Oxygen - Fluorine Compounds
6.4.Phosphorus - Fluorine Compounds
6.5.Halogen Fluorides
6.6.Rare-Gas Fluorides
6.7.Graphite Fluorides