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Magnetic measurements  have shown that the intercalated species are MF6 molecules associated with MF6- ions containing the metal M at the oxidation state V. In the corresponding formula Cnx +(MF6)x-(MF6) I-x' the value of x linearly increases with the electronic affinity of the MF6 molecules, which is given in the following table. The relatively small value of WF6 affinity explains that this compound does not intercalate by itself. 26 Table 7. Electronic affinities of MF6 molecules in eV according to Bartlett and Mc Quillan  Mo 1.
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