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This condition also explains why hypochlorites still possesses the bleaching power of chlorine, while the same is not true of oxychlorides.
It is true that such cases of isomerism are as yet unknown, but we do know that certain metals, in our present state of knowledge, yield oxychlorides only, while others only form hypochlorous salts.
In the Texas deposits a red oxide and a number of oxychlorides are also present.