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Issue 0, 1966

Liquid hydrogen sulphide as an ionising solvent. Part I. Base analogues and their neutralisation with hydrogen halides

Abstract

Tetra-alkylammonium hydrogen sulphides, R4NSH, have been prepared. The salts co-ordinate hydrogen sulphide loosely at low temperatures; the hydrogen-bond energy is about 5 kcal. mole–1. Solutions of the salts in liquid hydrogen sulphide are strongly conducting, compared with solutions of amines and phosphines. A hydrogen dichloride salt was formed in the neutralisation of tetra-n-propylammonium hydrogen sulphide in liquid hydrogen sulphide. Similar reaction of hydrogen halides with tetra-alkylammonium halides in liquid hydrogen sulphide gave salts containing the anions, HCl2, HBr2, Hl2, HBrCl, and HCll.

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J. Chem. Soc. A, 1966, 785-789
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Liquid hydrogen sulphide as an ionising solvent. Part I. Base analogues and their neutralisation with hydrogen halides

J. D. Cotton and T. C. Waddington, J. Chem. Soc. A, 1966, 785 DOI: 10.1039/J19660000785

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