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Ammonium Tetrafluoborate

Ferrous Tetrafluoborate

Iron Tetrafluoborate

Lithium Tetrafluoborate

Potassium Tetrafluoborate

Sodium Tetrafluoborate

Zinc Tetrafluoborate

Ammonium Tetrafluoroborate

Ferrous Tetrafluoroborate

Iron Tetrafluoroborate

Lithium Tetrafluoroborate

Potassium Tetrafluoroborate

Sodium Tetrafluoroborate

Zinc Tetrafluoroborate


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Ammonium Tetrafluoborate

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Ammonium Tetrafluoborate

CAS No   1303-96-4
 
Application / Uses Preparation
The utility of BF4− arises because its salts are often more soluble in organic solvents than the related nitrate or halide salts. Furthermore, BF4− is less nucleophilic and basic than nitrates and halides. Thus, when using salts of BF4−, one can usually assume that the cation is the reactive agent and this tetrahedral anion is inert.





Ferrous Tetrafluoborate

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Ferrous Tetrafluoborate

CAS No   15283-51-9
 
Application / Uses Preparation
The utility of BF4− arises because its salts are often more soluble in organic solvents than the related nitrate or halide salts. Furthermore, BF4− is less nucleophilic and basic than nitrates and halides. Thus, when using salts of BF4−, one can usually assume that the cation is the reactive agent and this tetrahedral anion is inert.





Iron Tetrafluoborate

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Iron Tetrafluoborate

CAS No   15283-51-9
 
Application / Uses Preparation
The utility of BF4− arises because its salts are often more soluble in organic solvents than the related nitrate or halide salts. Furthermore, BF4− is less nucleophilic and basic than nitrates and halides. Thus, when using salts of BF4−, one can usually assume that the cation is the reactive agent and this tetrahedral anion is inert.





Lithium Tetrafluoborate

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Lithium Tetrafluoborate

CAS No   14283-07-9
 
Application / Uses Preparation
Lithium tetrafluoborate is a chemical compound with the formula LiBF4. It can be dissolved in propylene carbonate, dimethoxyethane, and/or gamma-butyrolactone for use as an electrolyte in lithium batteries.





Potassium Tetrafluoborate

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Potassium Tetrafluoborate

CAS No  14075-53-7
 
Application / Uses Preparation
The utility of BF4− arises because its salts are often more soluble in organic solvents than the related nitrate or halide salts. Furthermore, BF4− is less nucleophilic and basic than nitrates and halides. Thus, when using salts of BF4−, one can usually assume that the cation is the reactive agent and this tetrahedral anion is inert.





Sodium Tetrafluoborate

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Sodium Tetrafluoborate

CAS No  13755-29-8
 
Application / Uses Preparation
The utility of BF4− arises because its salts are often more soluble in organic solvents than the related nitrate or halide salts. Furthermore, BF4− is less nucleophilic and basic than nitrates and halides. Thus, when using salts of BF4−, one can usually assume that the cation is the reactive agent and this tetrahedral anion is inert.





Zinc Tetrafluoborate

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Zinc Tetrafluoborate

CAS No  13826-88-5
 
Application / Uses Preparation
The utility of BF4− arises because its salts are often more soluble in organic solvents than the related nitrate or halide salts. Furthermore, BF4− is less nucleophilic and basic than nitrates and halides. Thus, when using salts of BF4−, one can usually assume that the cation is the reactive agent and this tetrahedral anion is inert.





Ammonium Tetrafluoroborate

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Ammonium Tetrafluoroborate

CAS No  13826-83-0
 
Application / Uses Preparation
The utility of BF4− arises because its salts are often more soluble in organic solvents than the related nitrate or halide salts. Furthermore, BF4− is less nucleophilic and basic than nitrates and halides. Thus, when using salts of BF4−, one can usually assume that the cation is the reactive agent and this tetrahedral anion is inert.





Ferrous Tetrafluoroborate

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Ferrous Tetrafluoroborate

CAS No  15283-51-9
 
Application / Uses Preparation
The utility of BF4− arises because its salts are often more soluble in organic solvents than the related nitrate or halide salts. Furthermore, BF4− is less nucleophilic and basic than nitrates and halides. Thus, when using salts of BF4−, one can usually assume that the cation is the reactive agent and this tetrahedral anion is inert.





Iron Tetrafluoroborate

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Iron Tetrafluoroborate

CAS No  15283-51-9
 
Application / Uses Preparation
The utility of BF4− arises because its salts are often more soluble in organic solvents than the related nitrate or halide salts. Furthermore, BF4− is less nucleophilic and basic than nitrates and halides. Thus, when using salts of BF4−, one can usually assume that the cation is the reactive agent and this tetrahedral anion is inert.





Lithium Tetrafluoroborate

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Lithium Tetrafluoroborate

CAS No  14283-07-9
 
Application / Uses Preparation
The utility of BF4− arises because its salts are often more soluble in organic solvents than the related nitrate or halide salts. Furthermore, BF4− is less nucleophilic and basic than nitrates and halides. Thus, when using salts of BF4−, one can usually assume that the cation is the reactive agent and this tetrahedral anion is inert.





Potassium Tetrafluoroborate

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Potassium Tetrafluoroborate

CAS No  14075-53-7
 
Application / Uses Preparation
The utility of BF4− arises because its salts are often more soluble in organic solvents than the related nitrate or halide salts. Furthermore, BF4− is less nucleophilic and basic than nitrates and halides. Thus, when using salts of BF4−, one can usually assume that the cation is the reactive agent and this tetrahedral anion is inert.





Sodium Tetrafluoroborate

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Sodium Tetrafluoroborate

CAS No  13755-29-8
 
Application / Uses Preparation
The utility of BF4− arises because its salts are often more soluble in organic solvents than the related nitrate or halide salts. Furthermore, BF4− is less nucleophilic and basic than nitrates and halides. Thus, when using salts of BF4−, one can usually assume that the cation is the reactive agent and this tetrahedral anion is inert.





Zinc Tetrafluoroborate

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Zinc Tetrafluoroborate

CAS No  13826-88-5
 
Application / Uses Preparation
The utility of BF4− arises because its salts are often more soluble in organic solvents than the related nitrate or halide salts. Furthermore, BF4− is less nucleophilic and basic than nitrates and halides. Thus, when using salts of BF4−, one can usually assume that the cation is the reactive agent and this tetrahedral anion is inert.







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