ammonium halide

ammonium halide

[ə′mōn·yəm ′hal‚īd]
(inorganic chemistry)
A compound with the ammonium ion bonded to an ion formed from one of the halogen elements.
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In order to make a complex compound, reaction of metal halide with organic salt such as quaternary ammonium halide solution may be performed at -10 to 100 [degrees]C and the 2 to 9 Al/N molar ratio [1-2].
The first component is contained an organic salt or mixture of salts such as phosphonium, sullfonium, or quaternary ammonium halides including one or more alkyl moieties.
The approach to making eutectic ILs is to start with a simple quaternary ammonium halide. In this case, particularly choline chloride (2-hydroxyethyltrimethylammonium chloride), has currently received widespread attention as a hydrogen bond receiver for complexation reactions (Abbott et al.
Synthesis of the anhydrous lanthanum bromide was carried out in our laboratory using ammonium halide process.
Use of ammonium halides as co-matrices for matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization studies of oligonucleotides.