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Chlorine dioxide

CAS No.: 10049-04-4      Formula: ClO2

Weight: 67.45180

Synonyms: Chlorine(IV) oxide; Anthium dioxcide; Chlorine oxide (ClO2); Chlorine peroxide; Chloryl radical;




Description

Chlorine dioxide is a yellowish-green gas, the most stable oxide of chlorine, and the only halogen oxide produced in large quantities. Chlorine dioxide is stable in its liquid state, but it can explode if contacted with certain substances. It condenses into bright orange crystals at about −59°c. As one of the oxides of chlorine, it is an extremely powerful and effective oxidant used in water treatment and bleaching.

Basic Information
CAS No.:
10049-04-4
Synonyms:
Chlorine(IV) oxide; Anthium dioxcide; Chlorine oxide (ClO2); Chlorine peroxide; Chloryl radical;
Formula:
ClO2
Molecular Weight:
67.45180
PSA:
34.14000
LogP:
0.45190
Properties
Appearance & Character:
Spicy Yellow Gas
Density:
2.757 g/L
Melting Point:
-59°C
Boiling Point:
11°C
Flash Point:
Storage Conditions:
Warehouse low temperature ventilation drying, fire prevention, high temperature, light lifting, with oxidants, food raw materials stored separately
Safety Info
Hazard Category Code:
R6
Security Instructions:
S23; S26; S28; S36/37/39; S38; S45; S61
Dangerous Goods Sign:
O; T+; N