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Calcium(I) chloride decomposes to calcium metal and calcium(II) chloride at 3000 °C, but at room temperature calcium(I) chloride is stable.
At 1000 °C, calcium(II) chloride reacts with hydrogen gas to form calcium(I) chloride.
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