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Fluoride

Fluoride is the ionic form of fluorine. Fluorides are organic and inorganic compounds containing the element fluorine. As a halogen, fluorine forms a monovalent ion (-1 charge). Fluoride forms a binary compound with another element or radical. Examples of fluoride compounds include hydrofluoric acid (HF), sodium fluoride (NaF) and calcium fluoride (CaF2), and uranium hexafluoride (UF6).

- Ammonium Fluoride
- Fluorspar
- Potassium Fluoride
- Potassium Hexafluoro Titanate
- Sodium Fluoride
- Barium Fluoride
- Copper Fluoride
- Lead Fluoride
- Manganese Fluoride
- Tin Fluoride
- Potassium Silicofluoride
- Sodium Silicofluoride
- Calcium Fluoride
- Magnesium Fluoride
- Potassium Titanium Fluoride
- Potassium Fluorotitanate
- Aluminium Fluoride
- Chromium Fluoride
- Ferrous Fluoride
- Lithium Fluoride
- Stannous Fluoride
- Zinc Fluoride
- Hydrogen Fluoride
- Zinc Silicofluoride


  Ammonium Fluoride

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  Calcium Fluoride

Calcium fluoride (CaF2) is an insoluble ionic compound of calcium and fluorine. It occurs naturally as the mineral fluorite (also called fluorspar), and it is the source of most of the world's fluorine. This insoluble solid adopts a cubic structure wherein calcium is coordinated to eight fluoride anions and each F- ion is surrounded by four Ca2+ ions.[1] Although the pure material is colourless, the mineral is often deeply coloured due to the presence of F-centers.


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