|Molar mass||415.29 g/mol|
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Uranium pentachloride is an inorganic chemical compound composed of uranium in the +5 oxidation state and five chlorine atoms. The gaseous form has C4v symmetry. There are two crystalline forms, each of which has the uranium atom in an octahedral geometry among six chlorine atoms.
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