Why is carbene more stable than difluorocarbene

Stability and nucleophilic or electrophilic character of carbene analogues

Janiak, Christoph, Meyer, Hans-Jürgen, Gudat, Dietrich and Alsfasser, Ralf. "Stability and nucleophilic or electrophilic character of carbene analogs". Inorganic Online. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter, 2017. https://www.degruyter.com/document/database/ANORG/entry/anorg.5.34/html. Accessed 2021-05-24.

Janiak, C., Meyer, H., Gudat, D. & Alsfasser, R. (2017). Stability and nucleophilic or electrophilic character of carbene analogues. In Inorganic Online. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter. https://www.degruyter.com/document/database/ANORG/entry/anorg.5.34/html

Janiak, C., Meyer, H., Gudat, D. and Alsfasser, R. 2017. Stability and nucleophilic or electrophilic character of carbene analogues. Inorganic Online [on-line]. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter. Available from: https://www.degruyter.com/document/database/ANORG/entry/anorg.5.34/html. [Accessed 2021-05-24]

Janiak, Christoph, Meyer, Hans-Jürgen, Gudat, Dietrich and Alsfasser, Ralf. "Stability and nucleophilic or electrophilic character of carbene analogs" In Inorganic Online. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter, 2017. https://www.degruyter.com/document/database/ANORG/entry/anorg.5.34/html

Janiak C, Meyer H, Gudat D, Alsfasser R. Stability and nucleophilic or electrophilic character of carbene analogs. In: Inorganic Online. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter; 2017. Available from: https://www.degruyter.com/document/database/ANORG/entry/anorg.5.34/html [Accessed 24 May 2021].