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Offline Titanscape

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It is really possible under extraordinary conditions to create a reaction between Krypton and Oxygen. I cannot remember what they are. Can you? I studied this almost fifteen years ago.

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Re: Is kryptonite real? Does krypton react with oxygen?
« Reply #1 on: 01/01/2005 03:43:43 »
Well, I've studied that Krypton and Oxygen can be reacted, like Xe and O2, but I can't find the equation of the reaction, So sorry.
Besides O2, Krypton can be react with F2, Cl2,... like Xe but the products of Krypton isn't durable like Xe's.
 

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Re: Is kryptonite real? Does krypton react with oxygen?
« Reply #2 on: 22/11/2008 04:54:37 »
Krypton reacts with cationic ozone derivatives in the gas phase under Fourier-transform ion cyclotron resonance conditions to yield stableKrOn+ (n = 1,2) and KrOH+ ions.
 

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Re: Is kryptonite real? Does krypton react with oxygen?
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