March 06, 2021, 12:14:42 PM
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Topic: I have a question about this new paper that says IH3 and IH5 should be stable.  (Read 502 times)

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So, I've gotten really interested in this new paper by Alexander Sikalov. It says that most hypervalent halogen hydrides should exist and that the first candidates for observation are IH3 and IH5. My question is: have any experimentalists actually attempted to synthesize such molecules?

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