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Caesium Hexafluorocuprate(iv)

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Caesium Hexafluorocuprate(iv)

Caesium hexafluorocuprate is a quite rare example of the +4 oxidation state of copper with the chemical formula Cs
. It is a red solid at room temperature. It can be produced by mixing CsCuCl
, caesium fluoride, and fluorine together at high pressure:[1]

2 CsCuCl3 + 2 CsF + 5 F2 → 2 Cs2CuF6 + 3 Cl2


  1. ^ Mary Eagleson. Concise encyclopedia chemistry. Walter de Gruyter.  

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