Caesium Superoxide CsO2

structure of the superoxides, MO2

CsO2 is formed by the reaction of Cs metal with oxygen, giving Caesium (cesium) Superoxide, which contains the superoxide ion (O2.) The normal oxide of Cs (Cs2O) is obtained by the decomposition of the superoxide.

The structure of the superoxides, MO2, of the Group 1 elements.


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