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3F2 + Cl2 => ClF3

Gas at room temperature.

Corrosive - burns skin. Fatal if inhaled. Causes serious permanent eye and skin damage. Strong oxidiser - ignites or reacts violently with organic or inorganic combustible substances, including every known fuel as well as human tissue with no ignition delay. It can corrode any substance containing oxygen. Decomposes in water to form a variety of hazardous compounds including Hydrofluoric Acid, which melts metals, semimetals and glass and destroys inner body tissues, leaving outer tissues untouched, rendering symptoms invisible. Hydrofluoric Acid in particular damages the heart, liver, kidneys and nerves.

Reacts with Phosphorus to form Phosphorus Trichloride, which is lethal in just a few minutes in concentrations of 600ppm or higher.

Reacts with Sulphur to form Sulphur Dichloride, which reacts with water to form Hydrogen Chloride, which is corrosive when it reacts with body tissue, causing inflammation of the nose throat and upper respiratory tract and pulmonary edema when inhaled. In contact with the skin, it causes severe burns and causes serious permanent eye damage. Also reacts with Sulphur to form Sulphur Tetrafluoride, that reacts with water to form Hydrofluoric Acid (as Chlorine Trifluoride does) and Thionyl Fluoride, which is irritant to the eyes, skin and respiratory system.

Also known as N-stoff, Nazi rocket fuel and chemical weapon developed exclusively by the SS.

In other words, chlorine trifluoride corrodes, melts or ignites any substance, depending on how much oxygen it contains.

Make chlorine trifluoride by mixing chlorine and fluorine.

Have fun.
by worldweaver August 29, 2007
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Chlorine trifluoride - just like 3 meth heads sharing one meth pipe it will pretty much react to anything violently.

Chlorine trifluoride is the answer to the question how much death is to much.

For starters if your enemy has dressed in protective gear it will erode through the o - rings , plastics pipes and the glass lenses of the gas mask so don't worry whatever your enemy is wearing it will definitely kill them. In fact it is so corrosive that it will corrode , non corrodiable material such as gold and concrete. It is extremely toxic however this is the least of your worries as it hypergolic ( ignites without a source i.e a match) with most fuels and it will react explosively with water , sand asbestos and people. Not to mention the fact that when it is ignited no known fire supprestion method I.e putting it out will put a flurione fire out so the area has to flooded with liquid nitrogen to stop the fire. Finally if the burning reaction is in the presence of hydrogen I.e what's it the air , will form sulfaric acid which will take the calcium out of your bones and destroy your bone marrow. So yea if you really , really want to kill your enemy chlorine trifluoride is the stuff to use
I would love to see Justin Bieber set on fire with chlorine trifluoride

Rocket propellant scientists much have big balls to make and use chlorine trifluoride
by Dysartman September 14, 2019
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