An Inert Gas Compound

  title={An Inert Gas Compound},
  author={H. M. Powell and M. Guter},
IN clathrate compounds, one molecular component forms an enclosing structure trapping the second component, for which it need have little attraction. From a consideration of their properties it was suggested1 that such a compound of an inert gas and quinol might be formed by crystallization of a solution containing quinol and saturated with the inert gas at high pressure. Experiments have now been carried out to test this. 
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