tetraoxygen

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Etymology[edit]

tetra- +‎ oxygen

Noun[edit]

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tetraoxygen (plural tetraoxygens)

  1. (chemistry) an allotrope of oxygen having four atoms in each molecule instead of the normal two; only stable under very high pressures

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