Pf5?

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The chemical PF5 is a phosphorus halide. Its real name is phosphorus pentafluoride. This is a gas that when at room temperature and pressure, it is colorless.
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PF_5 is Phosphorus pentafluoride, a gas with molecular weight : 125.96 g/mol. Thanks for
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There are 15 electrons in phosphorus, 45 electrons from five fluorine atoms, and they make 60 electrons altogether.
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Phosphorus pentafluoride, PF5, is a phosphorus halide. It's a colourless gas at room temperature and pressure.
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This is because Phousphorus has d-orbital and it is d5 which will make all the Flourine atoms combined but on the other hand Nitrogen do not have any d-orbital so NF5 is unstable
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PF5 is the molecular formula for phosphorus pentafluoride. The molecular geometry of PF5 is trigonal bipyramidal. At room temperature and pressure, it is a colorless ...
Phosphorus pentafluoride or PF5 is classified as a non polar molecule. A non polar molecule is one which has neither a positive or negative charge. ...
Phosphorus pentafluoride is the name of the compound. It is a colorless gas at room temperature. It is also colorless gas when pressure is normal as well. There ...
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