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Green, maybe not.
Yes it is a stronger oxidant like permanganate and behaves similarly. Refs in Organic Chemistry that it cleaved 1,2 Diols more vigorously than KMnO4. Probably explains the hole in your T-shirt where the blood stain was and you washed it in bleach.
Interesting thought. Fe, Ru, Os. RuO4, OsO4. Would electrolysis or Ozonolysis yield FeO4 gas?