Radon, radioactive

CAS RN: 10043-92-2

Other Hazardous Reactions

A 22 year old glass ampoule containing an aqueous solution of radon was under considerable pressure when opened and ejected the top vigorously. This was attributed to formation of hydrogen by radiolysis of the solvent water.
It has been reported that fluorine reacts with radon, forming radon fluoride.
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