sodium bifluoride

sodium bifluoride

[′sōd·ē·əm bi′flu̇r·īd]
(inorganic chemistry)
NaHF2 Poisonous, water-soluble, white crystals; decomposes when heated; used as a laundry-rinse neutralizer, preservative, and antiseptic, and in glass etching and tinplating. Also known as sodium acid fluoride.
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Inside the shell are microscopic cavities containing rubidium and sodium bifluoride.
Caption: A polycarbonate shell 125 microns thick after a vaporization test of its embedded rubidium and sodium bifluoride
A small amount of sodium bifluoride is added in order to complex iron.