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Sodium superoxide

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Sodium superoxide
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IUPAC name
sodium(I) superoxide
Other names
sodium superoxide
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12034-12-7 7pxY
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RTECS number WE2860010
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NaO2
Molar mass 54.9886 g/mol
Appearance Yellow to orange crystalline solid
Density 2.2 g/cm3
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Boiling point Decomposes
Decomposes
Basicity (pKb) N/A
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Crystal structure cubic
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72.1 J/mol K
115.9 J/mol K
-260.2 kJ/mol
-218.4 kJ/mol
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EU classification Corrosive
R-phrases R35
S-phrases S1/2, S26, S37/39, S45
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Flash point Non flammable
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Other anions
sodium oxide
sodium peroxide
Other cations
potassium superoxide
Except where otherwise noted, data are given for materials in their standard state (at 25 °C [77 °F], 100 kPa).
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Sodium superoxide is the inorganic compound with the formula NaO2. This yellow-orange solid is a salt of the superoxide anion. It is an intermediate in the oxidation of sodium by oxygen.

Preparation

NaO2 is prepared by treating sodium peroxide with oxygen at high pressures:[1]

Na2O2 + O2 → 2 NaO2

It can also be prepared by careful oxygenation of a solution of sodium in ammonia:

Na(in NH3) + O2 → NaO2

Properties

The product is paramagnetic, as expected for a salt of the Template:Chem/atomTemplate:Chem/atomTemplate:Chem/atom anion. It hydrolyses readily to give a mixture of sodium hydroxide, oxygen and hydrogen peroxide.[2] It crystallizes in the NaCl motif.[citation needed]

References

  1. ^ Stephen E. Stephanou, Edgar J. Seyb Jr., Jacob Kleinberg "Sodium Superoxide" Inorganic Syntheses 1953; Vol. 4, 82-85.
  2. ^ Sasol Encyclopaedia of Science and Technology , G.C. Gerrans, P. Hartmann-Petersen , p.243 "sodium oxides" , google books link

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