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What is the boiling point organic hydroxilamine?

chemister2015 - 1-2-2019 at 03:42

What is the boiling point CF3CF2CF2CF=NOCF3 ?

I think this compound is the heaviest gas.

Tsjerk - 1-2-2019 at 05:35

Why do you think so?

chemister2015 - 4-2-2019 at 01:16

It has a molar weight of 299 (more than that of WF6). There is information that it boils at 16 C, but you need to find a confirmation.

Tsjerk - 4-2-2019 at 08:48

Wouldn't it be an ketoxime with that double bond and aren't you then missing an hydrogen and having an fluorine too much?

Or do you mean CF3CF2CF2C=NOFCF3?

Edit ; or do you mean a trifluoromethyl substituted aldoxime?

[Edited on 4-2-2019 by Tsjerk]

clearly_not_atara - 4-2-2019 at 13:34

W186F6 is still heavier than the perfluorooxime compound :p

Tsjerk - 4-2-2019 at 14:23

I can imagine the compound proposed here has a lower density than that of WF6 because the lather has a smaller volume.

[Edited on 4-2-2019 by Tsjerk]

[Edited on 4-2-2019 by Tsjerk]