Oxygen Difluoride Formula

Oxygen Difluoride or Oxygen Fluoride (OF2) gas is colourless and poisonous in nature. OF2 is formed when fluorine gas reacts with a dilute solution of sodium hydroxide in water. It is a strong oxidizer and hence has different chemical properties. Oxygen difluoride when comes in contact with water could explode. It is a highly toxic chemical compound. Corrosive in nature which affects skin and eyes.

Oxygen Fluoride

Chemical Name

Oxygen Difluoride

Chemical Formula

:

OF2

State

:

Liquid

Category

:

Inorganic

Appearance

:

Colorless Gas, Pale Yellow Liquid When Condensed

Molar Mass / Molecular Weight

:

53.996 g/mol

Molar Density

:

1.90 G/cm3 (-224° C, Liquid), 1.719 G/cm3 (-183° C, Liquid), 1.521 G/cm3 (liquid At −145 °C), 1.88 G/l (gas At Room Temperature)

Boiling Point

:

−144.75 °C (−228.55 °F; 128.40 K)

Melting Point

:

−223.8 °C (−370.8 °F; 49.3 K)

Oxygen Difluoride or Oxygen Fluoride (OF2) gas is colourless and poisonous in nature. OF2 is formed when fluorine gas reacts with a dilute solution of sodium hydroxide in water. It is a strong oxidizer and hence has different chemical properties. Oxygen difluoride when comes in contact with water could explode. It is a highly toxic chemical compound. Corrosive in nature which affects skin and eyes.


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