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AG-D-77427     difluorosilane

Synonyms: AC1L3WCO, CTK4C1162, 13824-36-7, 13966-66-0, Silicon difluoride, ...
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Associations of difluorosilane with other chemical compounds

  • The silanediol was prepared in high purity by hydrolysis of a difluorosilane intermediate and proved to be an effective inhibitor, differing from the phosphinate by a factor of 4 (K(i)=41nM) [4].


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