Chlorine dioxide is a synthetic gas with a chlorine-like odor. It's very different from elementary chlorine both in its chemical structure and in its behavior. It's also a small, volatile and very strong molecule. In diluted solutions, chlorine dioxide is a free radical. At high concentrations it reacts strongly with reducing agents.
Chlorine dioxide is an unstable gas that dissociates into chlorine gas, oxygen gas and heat. When it's photo-oxidized by sunlight, it falls apart. The end-products of chlorine dioxide reactions are chloride, chlorite and chlorate.
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