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Basic Introductions Of Chloro Silane

2020/03/10
Chloro silane is a chemical that reacts violently with compounds containing reactive hydrogen.

Chloro silane can react violently with compounds containing active hydrogen, such as water, alcohol, phenol, silanol, organic acid, etc, releasing hydrogen chloride.

When reacting with organometallic compounds, chlorine atoms are replaced by corresponding organic groups to form organochlorosilane or organosilane.

Used as silicon source in silicon epitaxial wafer production and raw material for organochlorosilane preparation.

Melting point is - 118 DHS C, the boiling point is 4 DHS C, the vapor pressure is 4920 MMHG (25 ℃).

Chloro silane can react violently with compounds containing active hydrogen, such as water, alcohol, phenol, silanol, organic acid, etc, releasing hydrogen chloride.

When reacting with organometallic compounds, chlorine atoms are replaced by corresponding organic groups to form organochlorosilane or organosilane.

Used as silicon source in silicon epitaxial wafer production and raw material for organochlorosilane preparation.

In addition, SiCl4 and HSiCl3 are intermediates for the extraction of high purity silicon. After fractionation, 99.999999999% pure silicon can be obtained.

It can be made of the reaction of silicon powder and hydrogen chloride in 290 ~ 400 ℃. It also can be made of the reaction of silicon powder and hydrogen and hydrogen chloride in the presence of cuprous chloride around 250 ℃.