Hydrogen peroxide and ammonia
The molecular formula of hydrogen peroxide is H2O2, and the electron image is H-O-O-H. In this molecule, H is eleven and oxygen is the image. Among them, valence oxygen is unstable, both oxidizing and reducing.

   Physical properties of hydrogen peroxide:

Colorless viscous liquid, its aqueous solution is commonly known as hydrogen peroxide.

The chemical properties of hydrogen peroxide


When exposed to light or heat, H2O2 decomposes:
Manganese dioxide catalyzes the decomposition of H2O2;

Hydrogen peroxide can be decomposed to produce O2, which has a strong oxidation effect and can dilute organic colors, so it has bleaching properties.

Strong oxidizing property

When H2O2 encounters a reducing agent, it exhibits oxidizing properties. such as
weak reducibility

When H2O2 encounters strong oxidants, it exhibits reducing properties. Such as H2O2 as a reducing agent, its oxide is O2.

very weak acid
The use of hydrogen peroxide

Use 3-point diluted hydrogen peroxide as a disinfectant.

The industry uses 10-point hydrogen peroxide as a bleaching agent.

H2O2 can be used as rocket fuel.

Whether H2O2 is used as an oxidant or a reducing agent, it will not add impurity particles to the solution.

Cleaning effect:

HN3 H2O2:

SC-1:nh4oh : H2O 2: H2O=1:1:5 ~ 1:23:7

SC-1 is an alkaline solution of H2O2 and NH4OH. Through the strong oxidation of H2O2 and the dissolution of NH4OH, the organic pollutants become water-soluble compounds, which are removed by washing with deionized water.

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