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Bismuth pentoxide is a chemical compound containing bismuth and oxygen. It is a dark red powder decomposing above 100 °C. It has the chemical formula Bi2O5. It is not known as a pure substance, but is usually mixed with water, bismuth tetroxide or bismuth trioxide.[1]

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