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We present results of studies of the xenon-chlorine system to 60 GPa and temperature range 300 to 2000 K. Using a combination of Raman spectroscopy, infrared spectroscopy and synchrotron x-ray diffraction; we characterize the products of diamond cell experiments. In the 2-20 GPa pressure interval, we observe the formation of a deep red crystalline phase. Above 15 GPa, and at high temperature, a solid solution of Xe and Cl2 appears to form. Comparison of the ultraviolet-visible and infrared absorption measurements on the proposed alloy of Xe and Cl2 show that band edge moves into the visible range at high pressure