|Molar mass||239.805 g/mol|
|Melting point||decomposes around −20°C|
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Dibromine pentoxide is the chemical compound composed of bromine and oxygen with the formula Br2O5. It is a colorless solid that is stable below −20 °C. It has the structure O2Br−O−BrO2, the Br−O−Br bond is bent with bond angle 121.2°. Each BrO3 group is pyramidal with the bromine atom at the apex.
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