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Technetium(VII) oxide is the chemical compound with the formula Tc2O7. This yellow volatile solid is a rare example of a molecular binary metal oxide, the other examples being RuO4, OsO4, and the unstable Mn2O7. It adopts a centrosymmetric corner-shared bitetrahedral structure.
Additional recommended knowledge
Technetium(VII) oxide is prepared by the oxidation of technetium at 450-500 °C:
It is the anhydride of pertechnic acid and the precursor to sodium pertechnetate:
Categories: Technetium compounds | Oxides
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