Arsenide chloride

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Arsenide chlorides or chloride arsenides are compounds containing anions composed of chloride (Cl) and arsenide (As3−). They can be considered as mixed anion compounds. They are in the category of pnictidehalides. Related compounds include the arsenide bromides, arsenide iodides, phosphide chlorides, and antimonide chlorides.

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Ca3AsCl3Pm3ma= 5.760 [1]
Sr2AsCldark violet [2]
Cd8As7ClcubicP23a=7.266, Z=1 [3]
Hg7.4As4Cl6cubicPa3a= 12.178, Z= 4 [4]
(Hg6As4)(HgCl6)Hg0.5cubicPa3a=12.189 Z=41810.77.398yellow; air stable; band gap 2.01 [5]
(Hg6As4)[TiCl6]ClcubicPa3a = 1209.4 [6]
[Hg4As2][ZrCl6]orthorhombicPbcaa=13.277 b=13.420 c=16.814 Z=82769.15.570dark yellow [7]
[Hg4As2][HfCl6]orthorhombicPbcaa=13.273 b=13.413 c=16.809 Z=829925.964orange [7]
(Hg3AsS)(GaCl4)hexagonalP63/mca =7.245, c =11.960 , Z = 2543.65.622light yellow [8]
Hg3AsS4ClhexagonalP63mca = 7.431, c = 9.003 Z=2yellow; air stable [9]
[Hg6As4](CuCl3)2monoclinicI2/aa = 14.690, b = 9.1851, c = 20.285, β=92.170, Z=6 [10]
(Hg9.75As5.5)(GaCl4)3orthorhombicPmn21a=22.567 b=12.146 c=12.983 Z=435595.604 [11]
(Hg6As4)[MoCl6]ClcubicPa3a = 12.078 [6]
[Hg6As4](AgCl3)2monoclinicI2/aa = 14.690, b = 9.1851, c = 20.285, β = 93.17°, Z = 4 [10] [12]
(Hg6As4)(CdCl6)Hg0.5cubicPa3a=12.172 Z=41803.27.104yellow; air stable; band gap 2.05 [5]
[Hg6As4](InCl6)ClcubicPa3a = 12.109, Z = 4dark red [13]
[Hg6As4Cl3](SnCl3)Hg0.13cubicP213a=12.233 Z=4 [14]
Hg3As2TlCl3orthorhombicPbcma = 6.292, b = 12.341 c = 12.248 Z=4red [15]
Hg6As4BiCl7cubicPa3a=12.178 Z=4 [16]
[Hg4As2][UCl6]orthorhombicPbcaa=13.316 b=13.636 c=16.853 Z=83060.06.090red [7] [17]

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