The formation of magnesium perperoxide Mg(O2)2 in the reaction of magnesium peroxide with ozone
The possibility of the formation of a new perperoxide magnesium perperoxide Mg (O2)2 at −85 to −65° in the reaction of ozone, dissolved in Freon-12, with magnesium peroxide, suspended in the same medium, was demonstrated.
Preparations were isolated containing ∼60% Mg(O2)2. The individuality of magnesium perperoxide was confirmed by the EPR method. The limit of its thermal stability −35 to −29° was established by the method of differential thermal analysis.
KeywordsPeroxide Magnesium Ozone Thermal Stability Thermal Analysis
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