372-374 °C (subl.)
organic solvents: slightly soluble
HOMO 5 eV
LUMO 3 eV
P-type (mobility=0.4-3 cm2/V·s) (on/off ratio=1E5-1E8)
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Per the chemicals encyclopedia published by the Royal Society of Chemistry, 13th Edition, it is practically insoluble in water. It is sparingly soluble in organic solvents.
Overall purity of this product has not been determined. We do not have an accurate purity determination method available.
It is produced with Aluminum as the reductant and Mercury(II) Chloride as the catalyst but the exact procedure is proprietary.
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