zinc halide

zinc halide

[′ziŋk ′ha‚līd]
(inorganic chemistry)
A binary compound of zinc and a halogen; for example, ZnBr2, ZnCl2, ZnF2, and ZnI2.
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In their excellent work investigating catalysis of coal liquefaction, Frederick and Bell studied the effects of zinc halides, and specifically zinc chloride on dibenzyl and cycloaliphatic ethers (ref.
Bell, "Cleavage of dibenzyl ether in the presence of zinc halides," Journal of Catalysis--87, pp.