perchloryl fluoride


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perchloryl fluoride

[pər′klȯr·əl ′flu̇r‚īd]
(inorganic chemistry)
ClFO3 A colorless gas with a sweet odor; boiling point is -46.8°C and melting point is -146°C; used as an oxidant in rocket fuels.
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The company has a unique know-how in the production and application of perchloryl fluoride, a highly selective fluorination agent, and has positioned itself as a supplier of custom made advanced intermediates utilizing this niche technology.