Product Name:Lithium difluoro oxalato borate (LiDFOB)

IUPAC Name:lithium(1+) 4,5-dioxo-2,2-bis(λ²-fluoranidyl)-1λ³,3λ³,2λ¹-dioxaborolane-2,2,2-triium-1,3-diide

CAS:409071-16-5
Molecular Formula:C2BF2LiO4
Purity:95%
Catalog Number:CM186383
Molecular Weight:143.76

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CAS NO:409071-16-5
Molecular Formula:C2BF2LiO4
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Smiles Code:[Li+].[F-][B+3]1([F-])[O-]C(=O)C(=O)[O-]1
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Catalog Number:CM186383
Molecular Weight:143.76
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