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Not to be confused with Trioxidane.
The three isomers are:
- 1,2,3-trioxane, a hypothetical compound related to molozonide,
- 1,2,4-trioxane, a hypothetical compound whose skeleton occurs as a structural element of some antimalarial agents (artemisinin and similar drugs),
- 1,3,5-trioxane, a trimer of formaldehyde used as fuel and in plastics manufacture, and also as a solid fuel tablet when combined with Hexamine.
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