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Br2O3, as a compound, is an annhydrous, neutral molecule that is the most likely thermodynamic product of bromine oxoacids left to sit for an indefinite amount of time. In its most stable conformation, it resembles bromous acid, but an additional bromine replaces the hydrogen atom.

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