palladium chloride


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palladium chloride

[pə′lād·ē·əm ′klȯr‚īd]
(inorganic chemistry)
PdCl2 or PdCl2·2H2O Dark-brown, deliquescent powder that decomposes at 501°C; soluble in water, alcohol, acetone, and hydrochloric acid; used in medicine, analytical chemisty, photographic chemicals, and indelible inks.
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Solid complexes of polyphosphazene and palladium chloride cannot be disrupted by a strong base.
This birefringence disappears in presence of palladium chloride. Pd[Cl.sub.2]([CH.sub.3][CN).sub.2] exhibits birefringent leaflets in the undiluted crystalline state.
4 reveal that there is a monotonic increase in [T.sub.g] at higher concentrations of palladium chloride. The [T.sub.g]-composition phase diagram is presented in the inset of Fig.
The elastic modulus increases from 6.9 x [10.sup.-3] MPa(1 psi) to 3.4 x [10.sup.-2] MPa (5psi), the fracture stress increases from 8.3 MPa (1200 psi) to 13.8 MPa (2000 psi), and the fracture strain decreases from 330% to 260% as the concentration of palladium chloride increases from 2 mol% to 8 mol%.
6 provide molecular-level evidence for complexation between polyphosphazene and palladium chloride. However, palladium(II) does not coordinate to the lone pair on nitrogen, as one might predict from hard-and-soft acid-base principles (5).
Polymeric complexes with palladium chloride exhibit less than 5% weight loss at 400 [degrees] C.
A solution of metal salt, copper acetate monohydrate (10 mmol) and palladium chloride, platinum chloride (5 mmol) in 10mL aqueous methanol was added drop wise to the ligand solution under reflux for further 3h at 50AdegC to 60AdegC.
0.987 V was applied for 5minutes, to the solution containing 25mL of 0.1M palladium Chloride (E.Merck), 2mL of concentrated solution of HCl as supporting electrolyte was added in to it and the contents were further diluted to make the final volume to 100mL.
Chemichal-Chloroplatinic acid (H2PtCl6 Chloroauric acid (HAuCU) ,Ruthenium tri chloridc (RUCI3) , Palladium chloride (PdCI2) , Octadecvlamine ,.