Molozonide

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A molozonide is an unstable cyclic organic compound which includes three oxygen atoms and two sp2-hybridized carbon atoms. A molozonide is an intermediate during ozonolysis as a precursor of the ozonide complex formed during cleavage.[1]

References

  1. ^ McMurry, John (2004). Organic Chemistry, 6th ed. Belmont: Brooks/Cole. p. 225. ISBN 978-0-534-38999-4.

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