Chlorine dioxide is a chemical compound. This yellowish-green gas crystallises as bright orange crystals at a temperature of −59 °C. As one of the mutiple oxides of chlorine, it is a potent oxidizing agent that is extensively utilised in water treatment and in bleaching. Chlorine dioxide is a neutral chlorine compound. It is very distinct from any other elemental chlorine, both in its chemical structure as well as in its behaviour. One of the most crucial properties of chlorine dioxide is its high water solubility, being especially soluble in cold water. It does not hydrolyze upon entering the water. It remains a dissolved gas in solution. Chlorine dioxide is approximately ten times more miscible in water than chlorine. Chlorine dioxide is such a chemical compound that can decompose extremely violently after being separated from diluting substances. As a result, preparation processes that include the producing solutions of it without going through a gas-phase stage are often preferred.
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