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Manganese(VII) oxide
Manganese(VII) oxide
Ball-and-stick model of manganese heptoxide
Manganese(VII) oxide
شناساگرها
شماره ثبت سی‌ای‌اس 12057-92-0 ✔Y
پاب‌کم 13879826
شمارهٔ ئی‌سی 235-025-8
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خصوصیات
فرمول مولکولی Mn2O7
جرم مولی 221.87 g/mol
شکل ظاهری dark red oil (room temp.) green if in contact with sulfuric acid
چگالی 2.79 g/cm3
دمای ذوب 5.9 °C 279.1 K
دمای جوش
‎explodes on heating
sublimes at −10 °C
انحلال‌پذیری در آب decomposes to permanganic acid HMnO4
ساختار
ساختار بلوری monoclinic
bitetrahedral
خطرات
خطرات اصلی explosive, strong oxidizer, very corrosive
ترکیبات مرتبط
ترکیبات مرتبط اکسید رنیوم(VII) پتاسیم پرمنگنات
اکسید تکنسیم(VII)
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منگنز هپتوکسید (به انگلیسی: Manganese heptoxide) با فرمول شیمیایی Mn۲O۷ یک ترکیب شیمیایی است. که جرم مولی آن ۲۲۱٫۸۷ g/mol می‌باشد. شکل ظاهری این ترکیب، مایع روغنی قرمز تیره است. این ترکیب بسیار اکسنده بوده و می‌تواند مواد قابل اشتعال زا شعله ور سازد. برای مثال با افزودن الکل یا آستون به این ترکیب بلافاصله شعله ور می‌شوند. سایر مواد نیمه آتش گیر مانند پنبه ، کتان و ... نیزواکنش داده ومی سوزداین ترکیب شیمیایی ازواکنش اسیدسولفوریک H2SO4وپتاسیم پرمنکناتKMnO4بدست می آید. H2SO4+2KMnO4=>Mn2O7+H2O+K2SO4

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Manganese(VII) oxide
Manganese(VII) oxide
Ball-and-stick model of manganese heptoxide
Manganese(VII) oxide
Manganese heptoxide.jpg
Names
IUPAC name
Manganese(VII) oxide
Other names
Manganic oxide
dimanganese heptoxide
Permanganic oxide
permanganic anhydride
Identifiers
3D model (JSmol)
ECHA InfoCard 100.031.829
EC Number
  • 235-025-8
Properties
Mn2O7
Molar mass 221.87 g/mol
Appearance dark red oil (room temp.), green if in contact with sulfuric acid
Density 2.79 g/cm3
Melting point 5.9 °C (42.6 °F; 279.0 K)
Boiling point explodes on heating
 
decomposes to permanganic acid, HMnO4
Structure
monoclinic
bitetrahedral
Hazards
Main hazards explosive, strong oxidizer, very corrosive
Oxidizing Agent OExplosive EVery Toxic T+Corrosive C
NFPA 704 (fire diamond)
Related compounds
Related compounds
Re2O7
KMnO4
Tc2O7
Cl2O7
Except where otherwise noted, data are given for materials in their standard state (at 25 °C [77 °F], 100 kPa).
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Manganese(VII) oxide (manganese heptoxide) is an inorganic compound with the formula Mn2O7. This volatile liquid is highly reactive and more often discussed than intentionally prepared. It is a dangerous oxidizer and was first described in 1860.[1] It is the acid anhydride of permanganic acid.

Properties

The crystalline form of this chemical compound is dark green. The liquid is green by reflected light and red by transmitted light.[2] It is soluble in carbon tetrachloride, and decomposes when in contact with water.

Structure

Its solubility properties indicate a nonpolar molecular species, which is confirmed by its structure. The molecules consist of a pair of tetrahedra that share a common vertex. The vertices are occupied by oxygen atoms and at the centers of the tetrahedra are the Mn(VII) centers. The connectivity is indicated by the formula O3Mn-O-MnO3. The terminal Mn−O distances are 1.585 Å and the bridging oxygen is 1.77 Å distant from the two Mn atoms. The Mn−O−Mn angle is 120.7°.[3]

Pyrosulfate, pyrophosphate, and dichromate adopt structures similar to that of Mn2O7. Probably the most similar main group species is Cl2O7. Focusing on comparisons within the transition metal series, Tc2O7 and Mn2O7 are structurally similar but the Tc−O−Tc angle is 180°. Solid Re2O7 is not molecular but consists of crosslinked Re centers with both tetrahedral and octahedral sites;[4] in the vapour phase it is molecular with a similar structure to Tc2O7.[5]

Synthesis and reactions

Mn2O7 arises as a dark green oil by the addition of concentrated H2SO4 to KMnO4.[2] The reaction initially produces permanganic acid, HMnO4 (structurally, HOMnO3), which is dehydrated by cold sulfuric acid to form its anhydride, Mn2O7.

2 KMnO4 + 2 H2SO4 → Mn2O7 + H2O + 2 KHSO4

Mn2O7 can react further with sulfuric acid to give the remarkable manganyl(VII) cation MnO+
3
, which is isoelectronic with CrO3

Mn2O7 + 2 H2SO4 → 2 [MnO
3
]+
[HSO
4
]
+ H2O

Mn2O7 decomposes near room temperature, explosively so above 55 °C. The explosion can be initiated by striking the sample or by its exposure to oxidizable organic compounds. The products are MnO2 and O2.[6] Ozone is also produced, giving a strong smell to the substance. The ozone can spontaneously ignite a piece of paper impregnated with an alcohol solution. The production of manganese heptoxide is an undesirable byproduct in many situations.[citation needed]

References

  1. ^ Aschoff, H. Ann. Phys. Chem. Ser. 2 volume 111 (1860) page 217 and page 224.
  2. ^ a b H. Lux (1963). "Manganese(VII) Oxide". In G. Brauer (ed.). Handbook of Preparative Inorganic Chemistry, 2nd Ed. 1. NY,NY: Academic Press. pp. 1459–1460.
  3. ^ Simon, A.; Dronskowski, R.; Krebs, B.; Hettich, B. (1987). "The Crystal Structure of Mn2O7". Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl. 26: 139–140. doi:10.1002/anie.198701391.
  4. ^ Krebs, B.; Mueller, A.; Beyer, H. H. (1969). "The Crystal Structure of Rhenium(VII) Oxide". Inorganic Chemistry. 8: 436–443. doi:10.1021/ic50073a006.
  5. ^ Wells A.F. (1962) Structural Inorganic Chemistry 3d edition Oxford University Press
  6. ^ Holleman, A. F.; Wiberg, E. "Inorganic Chemistry" Academic Press: San Diego, 2001. ISBN 0-12-352651-5.