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Its critical point is at 54.8 °C (328 K) and 5.24 MPa. Dipole moment is 1.4 Debye and heat of vaporization is 361 kJ/kg.
It was first prepared in 1901 by Frédéric Swarts (the Belgian chemist who was the first to prepare CFCs in 1892) using the reaction of zinc with 1,1-difluoro-2-bromoethane. Now it is synthesized by the reaction of acetylene and hydrogen fluoride.
Vinyl fluoride is classified as an IARC Group 2A carcinogen (likely to cause cancer in humans).
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