How do the composition and structure of oxides affect their properties? Show this with specific examples.

CO (carbon monoxide) is an oxide of a non-metallic element, molecular structure under normal conditions is a colorless gas, odorless, slightly soluble in water.
CO2 (carbon dioxide) is an oxide of a non-metallic element, molecular structure under normal conditions is a colorless gas, odorless, soluble in water.
H2O (water) is an oxide of a non-metallic element, molecular structure under normal conditions is a colorless liquid, odorless, is a solvent for many substances.
SO2 (sulfur dioxide) – oxide of a non-metallic element, molecular structure under normal conditions is a colorless gas with a pungent odor, soluble in water.
SiO2 (silicon oxide (IV)) – oxide of a non-metallic element, non-molecular structure under normal conditions is a solid, odorless, insoluble in water.
Al2O3 (aluminum oxide) – an oxide of a metal element, non-molecular structure under normal conditions is a colorless solid, odorless, insoluble in water.
Fe2O3 (red iron ore) – an oxide of a metallic element, non-molecular structure under normal conditions is a solid, red-colored, odorless, insoluble in water.

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