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This exothermic reaction is conducted in liquid hydrogen fluoride. The salt is stable in hot alkaline aqueous solution, from which it can be recrystallized. The sodium and ammonium salts are more soluble in water whereas the rubidium and caesium salts are less so.
KPF6 is a common laboratory source of the hexafluorophosphate anion, used to confer lipophilicity to certain salts.
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