chloroplatinic acid


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chloroplatinic acid

[¦klȯr·ə·plə′tin·ik ′as·əd]
(inorganic chemistry)
H2PtCl6 An acid obtained as red-brown deliquescent crystals; used in chemical analysis. Also known as platinic chloride.
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PDMS (vinyl group content of 10 mol% and a number-average molecular weight of 500,000 g/mol) and a chloroplatinic acid solution (as a catalyst) were obtained from the Research Center of Organic Silicone of Chengdu, China.
For the cross-linking reactions, addition reactions between silicon-hydrogen and vinyl group are carried out among the SR-FVI, the PDMS, and the HSO under the catalytic effect of chloroplatinic acid.
These oligomers are double-bond-functional silicones which become polymerized by free radicals from chloroplatinic acid.
The catalyst is a solubilized platinum complex of chloroplatinic acid or alternatively a peroxide.