why is XeO 3 more stable than XeO 4 ?

why is XeO3 more stable than XeO4?


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Vaibhav Gupta
73 Points
8 years ago
i think your questions is wrong....according to google
Xenon trioxide is an unstable compound of xenon in its +6 oxidation state. It is a very powerful oxidizing agent, and liberates oxygen from water slowly, accelerated by exposure to sunlight.
Xenon tetroxide is a chemical compound of xenon and oxygen with molecular formula XeO₄, remarkable for being a relatively stable compound of a noble gas.

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