On the existence of H2F+ in dilute hydrofluoric acid solutions
Hefter, G. (1984) On the existence of H2F+ in dilute hydrofluoric acid solutions. Polyhedron, 3 (1). pp. 75-78.
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The existence of H2F+, which has been long postulated in dilute aqueous HF solutions, was investigated by fluoride ion-selective electrode potentiometry. Even under conditions conducive to its formation precise measurements yielded only equivocal evidence for its occurrence. It is thought that H2F+ will exist only in very concentrated HF solutions with low water activities.
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