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Xenon Tetroxide: Preparation and Some Properties

Henry Selig, Howard H. Claassen, Cedric L. Chernick, John G. Malm and John L. Huston
Science
New Series, Vol. 143, No. 3612 (Mar. 20, 1964), pp. 1322-1323
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1713238
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Abstract

Xenon tetroxide is a yellow solid at low temperature. It has a vapor pressure of about 25 mm-Hg at 0° C. It is unstable at room temperature. The infrared spectrum of the vapor shows it to have tetrahedral symmetry.

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