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File:Iodine-triphenylphosphine charge-transfer complex in dichloromethane.jpg


English: From left to right: (1) iodine dissolved in dichloromethane (2) a few seconds after excess triphenylphosphine was added (3) one minute later after excess triphenylphosphine was added, which contains [Ph3PI]+I- (4) immediately after excess iodine was added, which contains [Ph3PI]+[I3]-
Date 14 September 2012
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Author LHcheM


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