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Oxoniobium trihydrochloride is a chemical compound consisting of oxoniobium, or niobium oxide, and three molecules of hydrochloric acid. Its chemical formula is H12Cl3NbO5. Like other niobium compounds, it is typically used in the manufacture of speciality alloys and advanced ceramics. However, there is limited information on its specific properties. Niobium has a high melting point and it's highly resistant to heat and other forms of corrosion, which makes its compounds useful in several industrial applications. It is important to handle the chemical with care to prevent adverse health effects.

Check Digit Verification of cas no

The CAS Registry Mumber 13597-20-1 includes 8 digits separated into 3 groups by hyphens. The first part of the number,starting from the left, has 5 digits, 1,3,5,9 and 7 respectively; the second part has 2 digits, 2 and 0 respectively.
Calculate Digit Verification of CAS Registry Number 13597-20:
111 % 10 = 1
So 13597-20-1 is a valid CAS Registry Number.



According to Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) - Sixth revised edition

Version: 1.0

Creation Date: Aug 17, 2017

Revision Date: Aug 17, 2017


1.1 GHS Product identifier

Product name Niobium trichloride oxide

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1.3 Recommended use of the chemical and restrictions on use

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Uses advised against no data available

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13597-20-1Relevant articles and documents

Kanzelmeyer, J. H.,Ryan, J.,Freund, H.

, p. 3020 - 3023 (1956)



, p. 103 - 110 (1978)

The new complexes MoOCl//3 multiplied by (times) 2Ph//2SO and WOCl//4 multiplied by (times) Ph//3PO have been prepared by the reaction of MoCl//5 and WOCl//4 with the appropriate ligand. These complexes have been characterized by analysis, infrared and Ra

Coordination Compounds of Niobium(IV) Oxide Dihalides Including the Synthesis and the Crystallographic Characterization of NHC Complexes

Bortoluzzi, Marco,Ferretti, Eleonora,Marchetti, Fabio,Pampaloni, Guido,Pinzino, Calogero,Zacchini, Stefano

, p. 4173 - 4182 (2016)

The 1:1 molar reactions of NbOX3 with SnBu3H, in toluene at 0 °C in the presence of oxygen/nitrogen donors, resulted in the formation of NbOX2L2 (X = Cl, L2 = dme, 2a; X = Br, L2 = dme, 2b; X = Cl, L = thf, 2c; X = Cl, L = NCMe, 2d; dme = 1,2-dimethoxyethane, thf = tetrahydrofuran), in good yields. The 1:2 reactions of freshly prepared 2d and 2b with the bulky NHC ligands 1,3-bis(2,4,6-trimethylphenyl)imidazol-2-ylidene, Imes, and 1,3-bis(2,6-dimethylphenyl)imidazol-2-ylidene, Ixyl, respectively, afforded the complexes NbOCl2(Imes)2, 3, and NbOBr2(Ixyl)2, 4, in 50-60% yields. The reactions of 2b with NaOR, in tetrahydrofuran, gave NbOCl(OR) (R = Ph, 5; R = Me, 6) in about 60% yields. All the products were characterized by analytical and spectroscopic techniques; moreover DFT calculations were carried out in order to shed light on synthetic and structural features. Compounds 3 and 4, whose molecular structures have been ascertained by X-ray diffraction, represent very rare examples of crystallographically characterized niobium-NHC systems.

Electronic Absorption Spectra of Reduction Products of Pentavelent Niobium and Tantalum in Different Alkali Chloride and Oxychloride Melts

Bachtler, M.,Rockenberger, J.,Freyland, W.,Rosenkilde, Chr.,Ostvold, T.

, p. 742 - 747 (1994)

We have studied the elctronic absorption spectra of niobium chloride and oxychloride compounds in different oxidation states and of the reduction products of pentavalent niobium and tantalum in various alkali chloride melts at different temperatures up to

Fragmentation of oxygen-containing molecules via C-O bond cleavage promoted by coordination to niobium and tantalum pentahalides

Marchetti, Fabio,Pampaloni, Guido,Zacchini, Stefano

, p. 6759 - 6772 (2009)

The novel μ-oxo complexes NbOX3[κ2-O(Me) CH2CO2Me]NbX5 (X = Cl, 3a; X = Br, 3b), NbOCl3[κ2-(MeO2C)CHCH(CO 2Me)]NbCl5 (7) and NbOCl3[κ

Niobium-93 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Studies of the Solvolysis of NbCl5 by Alcohols

Lee, G. Robert,Crayston, Joe A.

, p. 3073 - 3076 (1991)

Niobium-93 and 1H-NMR spectroscopy have been used to identify the substitution products NbCl5-x(OMe)x formed by the stepwise substitution of NbCl5 by MeOH in non-co-ordinating solvents.This reveals evidence for all of the possible su

Decarbonylation of phenylacetic acids by high valent transition metal halides

Bartalucci, Niccolò,Marchetti, Fabio,Zacchini, Stefano,Pampaloni, Guido

, p. 5725 - 5734 (2019/05/10)

Triphenylacetic acid underwent unusual decarbonylation when allowed to react with a series of halides of group 4-6 metals in their highest oxidation state, in dichloromethane at ambient temperature. Thus, the reaction of CPh3COOH with MoCl5, in 1:1 molar ratio, afforded the trityl salt [CPh3][MoOCl4], 1, in 79% yield, while the 1:2 reaction of CPh3COOH with NbF5 afforded [CPh3][NbF6], 2, in 70% yield, NbOF3 being the metal co-product. CPh3COOH reacted with NbCl5, TiF4 and WOCl4 to give mixtures of compounds, however the cation [CPh3]+ was NMR identified in each case. [CPh3][NbCl6], 3, was isolated from NbCl5 and CPh3COCl, prior to being generated from CPh3COOH and PCl5. The reaction of CPh3COOH with TiCl4 was non-selective, and the salt [CPh3][Ti2Cl8(μ-κ2-O2CCPh3)], 4, was obtained in 18% yield. The decarbonylation reactions of CMePh2COCl and CMe2PhCOCl by means of NbCl5 led to the indanes 5a-b, which were isolated in 79-97% yields after hydrolysis of the mixtures and subsequent alumina filtration of the organic phases. The reactions of CH(Ph)2COOH with NbCl5 and WCl6 afforded NbCl4(OOCCHPh2), 6, and CHPh2COCl, respectively, as the prevalent species. CPh2(CH2CH2Br)COOH did not undergo CO release when allowed to interact with WCl6, instead selective intramolecular condensation to C(Ph)2C(O)OCH2CH2, 7, occurred. MeCCCOOH underwent hydrochlorination by WCl6 to give MeC(Cl)CHCOOH, 8, in 72% yield. All the products were fully characterized by elemental analysis, IR and multinuclear NMR spectroscopy. In addition, the solid state structures of 1, 2, 4, 7, and 8 were elucidated by X-ray diffraction.

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