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Cerous fluoride, CeF3

Cerous fluoride, CeF3, is said by Brauner to be obtained by carefully heating ceric fluoride to dull redness. The hemihydrate, 2CeF3.H2O, is obtained by double decomposition. Cerous fluoride forms no compound with potassium fluoride.
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