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Properties and stability of phosphorus pentachloride

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1. Phosphorus pentachloride sublimates at 60 ℃ and partially decomposes. Gas density 4.65g/L (296 ℃). At 300 ℃, it is completely decomposed into chlorine gas and phosphorus trichloride. Soluble in carbon disulfide and carbon tetrachloride.

2. Stability: Stable.

3. Prohibited substances: alcohols, water, active metal powder, aluminum, alkali metals, acids, combustibles, and combustibles.

4. Conditions to avoid contact: humid air.

5. Polymerization hazard: non polymerization.