Can ozone oxidize xenon?

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Can ozone oxidize xenon?

Post by Sohmien »

As the title says. Xe + O3 + whatever = XeO3.
Can use UV, heat, radiation, electricity, whatever catalyst if it helps, but no fluorine or fluorine compounds. Is it possible?
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Re: Can ozone oxidize xenon?

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In my knowledge no it can't.
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