In a study of the thermal decomposition of sodium ozonide, on a Mc Bain balance at the temperatures −20, −10, 0, and 10°, curves of the conversion of sodium ozonide and the rate of its decomposition were obtained.
The process of thermal decomposition of sodium ozonide to NaO2 occurs at −20 and −10°.
At temperatures above 0°, the process of thermal decomposition of sodium ozonide is accompanied by the process of interaction of the NaO2 formed with H2O, and decomposition proceeds to the formation of NaOH.
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Tokareva, S.A., Pilipenko, G.P. Thermal decomposition of sodium ozonide. Russ Chem Bull 13, 686–688 (1964). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00845322
- Thermal Decomposition
- Decomposition Proceeds