Roll oxide 3 dichlorine dioxides: ClO dimer, Cl2O2,

 

                

                           
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       Assignment Topic: Chlorine                                                       

                                      Peroxide

    

      Subject:
Mycology and Plant 

                                Pathology

            

          Course Code: Bot-505

 

  Submitted
To: Mam Saqib Mahmood

 

                       Chlorine Oxides

Chlorine and oxygen also can bond in numerous
ways:

·        
chlorine monoxide, ClO2,
chlorine(II) oxide

·        
chlorine dioxide, ClO,
chlorine(IV) oxide

·        
chloroperoxyl, ClOO

·        
chlorine trioxide, ClO3,
chlorine(VI) oxide

·        
dichlorine monoxide, Cl2O, chlorine(I) oxide

3 dichlorine dioxides:

ClO dimer, Cl2O2,
chlorine peroxide
chloryl chloride, ClO2Cl,
chlorine(0,IV) oxide
chlorine chlorite, ClOClO,
chlorine(I,III) oxide

                     Chlorine Peroxide
            

Names

IUPAC name
Dichlorine
dioxide

Other names
Chlorine(I)
oxide; ClO dimer

Identifiers

CAS Number

·        
12292-23-8

3D
model

·        
Interactive image

ChemSpider

·        
109895

PubChem CID

·        
123287

InChI

SMILES

Properties

Chemical formula

Cl2O2

Molar mass

102.905
g/mol

Excluding
where else noted, data are given for materials in their standard state (at 25 °C 77 °F 100 kPa).

Chlorine peroxide (also
known or identified as di chlorine
dioxide or named as dimer) is a molecular compound with method
ClOOCl. Chemically, this is a dimer of
the chlorine monoxide radical (ClO) which is useful. It
is dynamic and important in the development of the ozone hole. Chlorine peroxide catalytically changes ozone into oxygen when it is visible
by infrared light.