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Fluorine News
the fluoroalkyl phosphine Ph2PC3F7

Ph2P(i-C3F7)
We reported (Chem. Commun. 2009, 6658) the first generic route to fluoroalkyl-containing phosphines. more ...

Fluorine
An asthma inhaler

Inhaler Propellant
The propellant in many inhalers is an inert hydrofluorocarbon compound. The same material used in air-conditioners.

Fluorine Group News
The crystal packing diagram of [PtBr2{iPr2P(CF=CF2)}2]

[PtBr2{PiPr2(CF=CF2)}2]
Only the second ever unit cell to contain both cis- and trans- isomers of the same complex at the same time. (And the other one is fluorine containing as well!) more...

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Fluorine@Manchester
a long-chain fluorous molecule

Fluorous Separation
David Procter's group use fluorinated long-chain fluorocarbon "fluorous ponytail" tags for facile separation in synthetic work.

Fluorine in Society
An asthma inhaler

Inhaler Propellant
The propellant in many inhalers is an inert hydrofluorocarbon compound. The same material used in air-conditioners.