Oxides and peroxides

Oxide is an inorganic compound consisting of two elements, one of which is oxygen. Except helium, neon, krypton and other rare elements, all of other elements can form an oxide with oxygen. According to their acidity, oxides are generally divided into alkaline oxides, acid oxides and amphoteric oxides. Basic oxide is capable of forming a salt with an acid, acidic oxide is capable of reacting with the alkali solution to produce a salt, and the amphoteric oxide is capable of both above. Some oxides such as carbon monoxide (CO), nitric oxide (NO), etc., are known as neutral oxides for they react neither with an acid nor with a base. Oxides are widely distributed in nature, such carbon dioxide in the air and silicon dioxide (SiO2), the main component of quartz sand. And the principal component of hematite, which is a raw material for ion, is ferric oxide.
The main applications of oxides: ① catalyst, ② inorganic pigments, ③ magnetic material, ④ optical material, ⑤ superconducting material, ⑥ chemical separation.

Peroxide, also known as superoxide, is a class of compounds consisting of peroxide groups (-O-O-). Peroxide can be inorganic or organic . Inorganic peroxides ,which are often strong oxidizing agents, are mostly active metal peroxides such as sodium peroxide (Na2O2), potassium peroxide (K2O2), etc. When encountering water or heat, they can release oxygen atom and lead to the combustion or explosion of combustible. Common inorganic peroxides include hydrogen peroxide, sodium peroxide, barium peroxide, calcium peroxide, peroxydisulfate and ammonium sulphate.  Organic peroxides, such as phthalimido peroxide [(C6H5CO) 2O2] and methyl ethyl ketone peroxide [C2H5COOCH3], etc., are usually regarded as hydrogen peroxide (H-O-O-H) derivatives. And they are the initial product of the oxidation of a combustible substance and therefore extremely unstable. They are easily decomposed when encountering heat, impact, friction or shock, causing oxidation - reduction reactions and leading to self-combustion and self-explosion or the combustion and explosion of combustible materials in contact with them. In their storage and transportation, peroxides should be in intact packaging, isolated from substances with an incompatible nature, away from fire, heat, water, moisture and direct sunlight, also aloof from friction, impact and rolling. Stabilizer should be added in the storage and transportation of dibenzoyl peroxide and other organic peroxides.

The main usage of peroxide is oxidant. Hydrogen peroxide is a pollution-free oxidant, with a strong bactericidal capacity. 3% hydrogen peroxide is used as sanitizer in medicament. It’s also used for bleaching wool, silk, feathers and other fabrics in industry. In laboratory and chemical reagents production, 30% hydrogen peroxide solution is also commonly used as an oxidizing agent in the synthesis of sodium perborate and sodium carbonate for detergent. Pure hydrogen peroxide is also used as rocket fuel. Sodium peroxide is peroxide of wide usage (details at "sodium peroxide"). Peroxysulphate is used as polymerization catalyst. The complex peroxyacids of chromium, titanium and vanadium have their characteristic colors, which are commonly used in qualitative identification and quantitative determination of these metal ions. Alkaline earth metal peroxides are raw materials for the production of fireworks.

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Structure Chemical Name CAS MF
Silicon monoxide Silicon monoxide 10097-28-6 OSi
BISMUTH OXYCHLORIDE BISMUTH OXYCHLORIDE 7787-59-9 BiClO
Rhodium oxide Rhodium oxide 12036-35-0 O3Rh2
BERYLLIUM OXIDE BERYLLIUM OXIDE 1304-56-9 BeO
Molybdenum(IV) oxide Molybdenum(IV) oxide 18868-43-4 MoO2
Digold trioxide Digold trioxide 1303-58-8 Au2O3
corundum corundum 11092-32-3 Al2O3
TITANIUM DIOXIDE TITANIUM DIOXIDE 1317-70-0 O2Ti
PALLADIUM(II) OXIDE PALLADIUM(II) OXIDE 64109-12-2 OPd
Tricobalt tetraoxide Tricobalt tetraoxide 1308-06-1 Co3O4-2
TITANIUM MONOXIDE TITANIUM MONOXIDE 12137-20-1 OTi
ALUMINUM OXIDE ALUMINUM OXIDE 1302-74-5 Al2O3
SILICA SILICA 10279-57-9 O2Si
Thiourea dioxide Thiourea dioxide 1758-73-2 CH4N2O2S
Urea hydrogen peroxide Urea hydrogen peroxide 124-43-6 CH4N2O.H2O2
Silicon dioxide Silicon dioxide 7631-86-9 O2Si
Silicon dioxide Silicon dioxide 14808-60-7 O2Si
Phosphorus pentoxide Phosphorus pentoxide 1314-56-3 O5P2
NA NA
ANTIMONY (IV) OXIDE ANTIMONY (IV) OXIDE 1332-81-6 O4Sb2
COBALT TUNGSTATE COBALT TUNGSTATE 10101-58-3 CoO4W
NIOBIUM (IV) OXIDE NIOBIUM (IV) OXIDE 12034-59-2 NbO2
LITHIUM ALUMINATE LITHIUM ALUMINATE 12003-67-7 AlLiO2
BISMUTH VANADIUM OXIDE BISMUTH VANADIUM OXIDE 14059-33-7 BiO4V
Potassium osmate(VI) dihydrate Potassium osmate(VI) dihydrate 10022-66-9 H4K2O6Os
Silver oxide Silver oxide 20667-12-3 Ag2O
STRONTIUM FERRITE STRONTIUM FERRITE 12023-91-5 Fe12O19Sr
COPPER TUNGSTATE COPPER TUNGSTATE 13587-35-4 CuO4W
SODIUM OXIDE SODIUM OXIDE 1313-59-3 Na2O
SODIUM DEUTEROXIDE SODIUM DEUTEROXIDE 14014-06-3 DNaO
Dititanium trioxide Dititanium trioxide 1344-54-3 O3Ti2
TUNGSTEN (IV) OXIDE TUNGSTEN (IV) OXIDE 12036-22-5 O2W
NA NA
CALCIUM OXIDE CALCIUM OXIDE 73018-51-6 CaO
Molybdenum trioxide Molybdenum trioxide 1313-27-5 MoO3
TERBIUM FLUORIDE TERBIUM FLUORIDE 21031-92-5 F3Tb
Zeolite Zeolite 1318-02-1 Al2O5Si
LITHIUM COBALT(III) OXIDE LITHIUM COBALT(III) OXIDE 12190-79-3 CoLiO2
VANADIUM(IV) OXIDE VANADIUM(IV) OXIDE 12036-21-4 O2V
Sodium peroxide Sodium peroxide 1313-60-6 Na2O2
Stannic oxide Stannic oxide 18282-10-5 O2Sn
Selenium dioxide Selenium dioxide 7446-08-4 O2Se
DIATOMACEOUS EARTH DIATOMACEOUS EARTH 91053-39-3
NICKEL MOLYBDATE NICKEL MOLYBDATE 14177-55-0 MoNiO4
Chromium oxide Chromium oxide 1308-38-9 Cr2O3
Di-tert-butyl peroxide Di-tert-butyl peroxide 110-05-4 C8H18O2
YTTRIUM ALUMINUM OXIDE YTTRIUM ALUMINUM OXIDE 12005-21-9 Al5O12Y3
Lead dioxide Lead dioxide 1309-60-0 O2Pb-2
Cobalt oxide Cobalt oxide 1307-96-6 CoO
CERIUM ZIRCONIUM OXIDE CERIUM ZIRCONIUM OXIDE 53169-24-7 CeO4Zr
Cadmium oxide Cadmium oxide 1306-19-0 CdO
CERIUM(IV) OXIDE CERIUM(IV) OXIDE 23322-64-7 CeO2
Iron oxide black Iron oxide black 1309-38-2 Fe3O4
Aluminum oxide Aluminum oxide 1344-28-1 Al2O3
Lead oxide Lead oxide 1314-41-6 O4Pb3
Magnesium dioxide Magnesium dioxide 14452-57-4 MgO2-2
Osmium tetroxide Osmium tetroxide 20816-12-0 O4Os
MERCURIC OXYCYANIDE MERCURIC OXYCYANIDE 1335-31-5 C2Hg2N2O
ANTIMONY OXYCHLORIDE ANTIMONY OXYCHLORIDE 7791-08-4 ClOSb
Silica gel Silica gel 112926-00-8 O2Si
TANTALUM(V) OXIDE TANTALUM(V) OXIDE 1314-61-0 O5Ta2
VANADIUM OXIDE VANADIUM OXIDE 12035-98-2 OV
MANGANESE OXIDE MANGANESE OXIDE 1309-55-3 Mn3O4
Zirconium dioxide Zirconium dioxide 1314-23-4 O2Zr
Tungsten trioxide Tungsten trioxide 1314-35-8 O3W
TRIPHENYLANTIMONY OXIDE TRIPHENYLANTIMONY OXIDE 4756-75-6 C18H15OSb
HYDROXYPHENYLMERCURY HYDROXYPHENYLMERCURY 100-57-2 C6H6HgO
Nickelous oxide Nickelous oxide 1313-99-1 NiO
URANIUM(IV) OXIDE URANIUM(IV) OXIDE 1344-57-6 O2U
BISMUTH(III) OXIDE BISMUTH(III) OXIDE 12048-50-9 Bi2O3
Calcium oxide Calcium oxide 1305-78-8 CaO
Ferric oxide Ferric oxide 1309-37-1 Fe2O3
Iron oxide Iron oxide 1332-37-2 Fe2O3
ALUMINUM MOLYBDATE ALUMINUM MOLYBDATE 15123-80-5 Al2Mo3O12
Diantimony pentoxide Diantimony pentoxide 1314-60-9 O5Sb2
BARIUM ALUMINATE BARIUM ALUMINATE 12004-04-5 Al2BaO4
Diantimony trioxide Diantimony trioxide 1309-64-4 O3Sb2
DEUTERIUM OXIDE DEUTERIUM OXIDE 7789-20-0 D2O
Hydrogen peroxide Hydrogen peroxide 7722-84-1 H2O2
Lead monoxide Lead monoxide 1317-36-8 OPb
NEODYMIUM GALLIUM OXIDE NEODYMIUM GALLIUM OXIDE 12207-22-6 GaNdO3-3
COBALT TITANATE COBALT TITANATE 12017-01-5 CoO3Ti
CERIUM TUNGSTATE CERIUM TUNGSTATE 13454-74-5 Ce2O12W3
Niobium oxide Niobium oxide 1313-96-8 Nb2O5
COPPER VANADATE COPPER VANADATE 14958-34-0 CuO6V2
SAMARIUM(III) HYDROXIDE HYDRATE SAMARIUM(III) HYDROXIDE HYDRATE 20403-06-9 H5O4Sm
BARIUM NIOBIUM OXIDE BARIUM NIOBIUM OXIDE 12009-14-2 BaNb2O6
TIN(II) OXIDE TIN(II) OXIDE 21651-19-4 OSn
RHENIUM (VI) OXIDE RHENIUM (VI) OXIDE 1314-28-9 O3Re
Germanium oxide Germanium oxide 1310-53-8 GeO2
MOLYBDENUM(VI) DICHLORIDE DIOXIDE MOLYBDENUM(VI) DICHLORIDE DIOXIDE 13637-68-8 Cl2MoO2
IRON YTTRIUM OXIDE IRON YTTRIUM OXIDE 12063-56-8 Fe5O12Y3
Cupric oxide Cupric oxide 1317-38-0 CuO
Lithium oxide Lithium oxide 12057-24-8 Li2O
ZINC IRON OXIDE ZINC IRON OXIDE 12063-19-3 Fe2O4Zn
Vanadium(V) oxide Vanadium(V) oxide 1314-62-1 O5V2
TITANIUM OXIDE TITANIUM OXIDE 12065-65-5 O5Ti3
COPPER ALUMINUM OXIDE COPPER ALUMINUM OXIDE 12042-92-1 Al2CuO4
AMMONIUM TUNGSTATE  99.99% AMMONIUM TUNGSTATE 99.99% 11140-77-5 H8N2O4W
Cuprous oxide Cuprous oxide 1317-39-1 Cu2O
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