volume 55, issue 4, P890-895 1990
DOI: 10.1135/cccc19900890
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Abstract: HFO and HClO (fluorosyl and chlorosyl hydrides) and isomeric molecules HOF and HOCl (hypofluorous and hypochlorous acids) have been studied theoretically. On the basis of nonempiracal quantum chemical calculations (MP2, MP4 and CCD/6-311G**) geometry, energy and vibrational characteristics are analyzed and it is concluded that there is a poor chance to observe formation of HFO. Possibly, bombardment of HF in a solid matrix by 16O could lead at very low temperature to HFO.