Uranium hexoxide is predicted to have octahedral symmetry; however, other forms have been studied. In the 1Oh the oxygen atoms are oxide ions (O2−). In the 1D3 form there are three peroxide ions (O22−). The 3D2h form has two oxo oxygens and two pairs of superoxide (O2−).
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