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OK, xenon won’t be reacting with the ice in your freezer. But apparently, if you ramp up the temperature and pressure enough, then it reacts to form a crystalline compound with unit cell containing Xe4O12H12. Suitable conditions for this occur inside planets like Uranus and Neptune.
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