Difluorine complex

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A difluorine complex is a molecular complex involving a difluorine molecule (F2) and another molecule. The first synthesised difluorine complex was gold heptafluoride (AuF7) in 1986,[1] which involved a gold pentafluoride molecule (AuF5) and a difluorine molecule.

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  1. ^ Timakov, A. A.; Prusakov, V. N.; Drobyshevskii, Y. V. (1986). "Gold Heptafluoride". Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR (in Russian). 291: 125–128.