Nickel Fluoride is formulated by reaction of anhydrous nickel chloride with fluorine at temperature of 350 degrees Celsius. It appears as green colored crystalline compound having chemical formula NiF2 with molar mass of 96.6902 g/mol and density 4.72 g/cm3. This chemical compound has boiling & melting points of 1750 & 1474 degrees Celsius respectively with water solubility. It finds its most common application as a catalyst for chlorine pentafluoride synthesis. Nickel Fluoride is also utilized in battery manufacturing industries showing insolubility in alcohol and ether. This chemical has ability to accept 2 hydrogen bonds during a reaction.