Acid of Krypton and Its Barium Salt

@article{Streng1964AcidOK,
  title={Acid of Krypton and Its Barium Salt},
  author={Alex G. Streng and Aristid v. Grosse},
  journal={Science},
  year={1964},
  volume={143},
  pages={242 - 243}
}
An acid of krypton is formed when krypton tetrafluoride is slowly hydrolyzed by ice at —30� to —60�C. The yield is 2 to 3 percent (mole). A barium salt of this acid, thermally stable at room temperature, is formed by the hydrolysis of krypton tetrafluoride with a 0.35N solution of barium hydroxide at O� to 5�C in a yield of approximately 7 percent by weight. 
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