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ON THE HIGHER PEROXIDE OF HYDROGEN AND FROZEN RADICALS
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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The magnetic properties of peroxide-radical condensates synthesized from dissociated water vapor and also obtained from the reaction of atomic hydrogen and liquid 100 ozone in the temperature range -150 to 20 degrees were investigated. Before the start of decomposition below -110 degrees, the peroxide-radical condensates were weakly diamagnetic systems with a susceptibility of -0.1 x 10 to the -6th power to -0.2 x 10 to the -6th power CGSM. With increased temperature there is increased paramagnetism, associated with the appearance of oxygen released on the decomposition of the peroxideradical condensate. The data obtained indicate that the molecular oxygen released on decomposition of the peroxide-radical condensates does not appear in the condensates in the adsorbed or occluded form, but forms as a result of the decomposition of the unstable compound H2O4, a higher peroxide of hydrogen. Estimates of the magnetic susceptibility of the compound H2O4 gave a value of -0.4 to 0 x 10 to the -6th power CGSM this indicates that in this compound all valences are accounted for and it has linear structure as follows H - O - O - O - O - H. Author
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