Antimony(V) chloride is also known as antimony pentachloride or Antimony perchloride. It is a colourless oil but due to impurities it appears reddish-yellow to dark brown liquid and is highly corrosive in nature. Following is the table of formulas of antimony(V) chloride are given as:
|Simplified molecular-input line-entry system (SMILES)||Cl[Sb](Cl)(Cl)(Cl)C|
Structure Of Antimony(V) Chloride
Properties Of Antimony(V) Chloride
|IUPAC names||pentachloro-λ5-stibane, Antimony pentachloride,
|Molecular weight||299.02 g/mol|
|Solubility||Soluble in an aqueous solution|
|Stability||Stable under recommended storage conditions|
|Refractive index||1.59 at 22℃|
The harmful effects of antimony(V) chloride are:
- When swallowed, it can burn teh oral cavity and gastrointestinal.
- Vapour or mist of antimony(V) chloride is irritating when in contact with eyes.
- When inhaled, there might be dizziness, headache, weakness and nausea.
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