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It's true though that the proceedings volume of the first conference on noble gas compounds 3 has a paper by Ron Gillespie in which he correctly predicts the geometries of the xenon fluorides and oxyfluorides. Although the really good electron diffraction people, like Ken Hedberg and Larry Bartell, gave experimental evidence for the distorted geometry of XeF6, some other people were misled by XeOF4 impurity. XeF6 is a tremendous scavenger for oxygen, and it makes XeOF 4 easily. Ron Gillespie, again, predicted that XeOF 4 would be a nice square-based pyramid with the O-Xe-F angle approximately 90°.
Many boys get these sets and play with them for two weeks. Only I didn't stop playing. Then I discovered that I could buy additional apparatus and chemicals using my father's privilege "This interview was originally published in The Chemical Intelligencer 1996, 2(3), 6-11 © 1996, Springer-Verlag, New York, Inc. 20 Hargittai, Candid Science III at the drug store. He had a special rate because he was a physician. So I began building up a home laboratory. I did both chemical experiments and electrical experiments.
They were shoveling it out of the apparatus some times. They thought they had a moisture leak. If the Argonne people had been working in glass, they would have seen the formation of 0 2 PtF6, they couldn't have missed it. Why did you then leave UBC? It was very complicated and I can't tell you all of it on the record. First of all, there was the problem that I had shot up from being a lecturer, the lowest rank, to full professor in five years, and people didn't always look at it charitably. Secondly, I had a very serious accident in January of 1963.
Candid Science III: More Conversations With Famous Chemists (Pt. 3) by Professor Emeritus Istvan Hargittai, Research Professor Magdolna Hargittai