On Fri, 6 Jul 2001, Michael M. Butler wrote:
> Stressed bonds are the usual suspects. XeF6 is relatively inert (aka
> "the most like Teflon"). XeO3, otoh, is highly explosive. The trend
Uh. XeF6 is reactive as hell (it hydrolyzes to XeO3 in presence of water).
You probably are thinking of SF6.
Gentlemen, mad science is perfectly allright, but please let's keep it
> seems relatively monotonic.
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