ruthenium chloride

ruthenium chloride

[rü′thē·nē·əm ′klȯr‚īd]
(inorganic chemistry)
RuCl3 Black, deliquescent, water-insoluble solid that decomposes in hot water and above 500°C; used as a laboratory reagent. Also known as ruthenic chloride; ruthenium sesquichloride.
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htm) alpha ruthenium chloride - a 2-dimensional material with a honeycomb structure.
Ruthenium chloride gave conversions of 69% while Rh[(N[O.
The Lewis acids, stannous chloride dihydrate, aluminum chloride and ruthenium chloride hydrate, along with TEMPO (a free radical trapping agent) were supplied by Aldrich Chemical.
Dimethylformamide (DMF) was used to dissolve stannous chloride while 2-octanol was used for ruthenium chloride and tetrahydrofuran was used for aluminum chloride.