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ALL MOLECULAR GRAPHICS: CHLORINE DIOXIDE: simplified graphic model of chlorine dioxide molecules, ClO2

chlorine dioxide molecules on a textured yellow background

(above) chlorine dioxide image #1 : picture showing chlorine dioxide molecules (ClO2) on a textured yellow background. This image is 500 x 500 pixels; the original measures 2,048 x 2,048 pixels.

chlorine dioxide molecules on a white background

(above) chlorine dioxide image #2 : picture showing chlorine dioxide molecules (ClO2) on a white background. This image is 500 x 500 pixels; the original measures 2,048 x 2,048 pixels.

CHLORINE DIOXIDE MOLECULES:
  • red spheres = oxygen (O) atoms drawn at approximately their covalent radius
  • green spheres = chlorine (Cl) atoms drawn at approximately their covalent radius
  • yellow bubble = "surface" of the molecule created from the individual van der Waals surfaces

chlorine dioxide structure, ClO2: chlorine dioxide gas consists of one chlorine atom and two oxygen atoms covalently joined.

CHLORINE DIOXIDE: is an explosive paramagnetic yellow gas used to bleach wood pulp to make paper and as a disinfectant.



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