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Mercury(II) oxide react with chlorine

HgO + 2Cl2 → HgCl2 + Cl2O

Mercury(II) oxide react with chlorine to produce mercury(II) chloride and dichlorine monoxide. Mercury(II) oxide in the suspension form. This reaction takes place at a temperature near 0°C in the liquid tetrachloromethane.

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Сoding to search: HgO + 2 Cl2 = HgCl2 + Cl2O

Add / Edited: 12.03.2015 /

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