Behaviour of metal halides in disulphuric acid. II

Paul, Ram Chand ; Puri, J. K. ; Kapila, V. P. ; Malhotra, K. C. (1972) Behaviour of metal halides in disulphuric acid. II Journal of Inorganic and Nuclear Chemistry, 34 (7). pp. 2141-2151. ISSN 0022-1902

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Tetrachlorides of tin and titanium form H2[Sn(HSO4)6] and H2[Ti(HSO4)6] respectively in disulphuric acid. The compounds behave as weak acids in this system. On the other hand, boron trichloride, antimony pentafluoride and chloride form H[B(HSO4)4], H[SbF2(SO3F)4] and H[SbCl2-(SO3Cl)4] respectively, all of which behave as strong acids in disulphuric acid. But bismuth, tin and lead chlorides and thalium mono and trichlorides behave as bases.

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