Emission Mössbauer study of “Cobalt Peroxide”

Abstract

The product of the reaction of cooled alcohol solutions of cobalt(II) chloride with hydrogen peroxide, described in the literature as CoO2, was studied by emission Mössbauer spectroscopy. It was shown that the dark green product obtained was actually cobalt(III) oxide.

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Original Russian Text © D.A. Pankratov, T.A. Portachenko, Yu.D. Perfil’ev, 2008, published in Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta. Khimiya, 2008, No. 5, pp. 349–353.

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Pankratov, D.A., Portachenko, T.A. & Perfil’ev, Y.D. Emission Mössbauer study of “Cobalt Peroxide”. Moscow Univ. Chem. Bull. 63, 292–296 (2008). https://doi.org/10.3103/S002713140805012X

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Keywords

  • Cobalt
  • Isomer Shift
  • Sodium Carbonate
  • Quadrupole Splitting
  • Dioxygen