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Strontium Chlorite, Sr(ClO2)2

Strontium Chlorite, Sr(ClO2)2, is obtained by the action of chlorous acid on strontium hydroxide, followed by rapid evaporation, first over a flame until a skin is formed, and then in vacuo. It separates as a deliquescent salt which is decomposed above 200° C., giving a mixture of chloride and chlorate. It may also be formed by treating the precipitated peroxide with chlorine dioxide. The product explodes on percussion.

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