Hydrogen Peroxide

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CAS NO 7722-84-1
Price 38.50/kilogram
Packaging Type Cane
Packaging Weight 30 Kilogram/Cane
Packaging Unit Kilogram
Molecular Formula H2O2

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Grade : Industrial
Purity : 99%
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Product Name Hydrogen peroxide
Product Cas Number 7722-84-1
Product Alias Name 1. Dioxidane, 2. Dihydrogen Dioxide, 
Product Iupac Number Dihydrogen dioxide
Product Molecular Formula H2o2
Product Atomic Group Hydroperoxide group
Product Application Paper industry

Product Description

Hydrogen peroxide was first described in 1818 by Louis Jacques Thenard, who produced it by treating barium peroxide with nitric acid. Hydrogen Peroxide is the simplest peroxide (a compound with an oxygen-oxygen single bond) and in its pure form is a colorless liquid, slightly more viscous than water. It is a nonplanar molecule possessing (twisted) C2 symmetry. Hydrogen peroxide has a number of structural analogues of which hydrogen disulfide is perhaps the most closely related. It has the highest (theoretical) boiling point of all the analogues. Its melting point is also fairly high, being comparable to that of hydrazine, with only hydroxylamine crystallising significantly more readily. Hydrogen peroxide is also one of the two chief chemicals in the defense system of the bombardier beetle, reacting with hydroquinone to discourage predators. It is used in the production of certain organic peroxides, such as dibenzoyl peroxide, used in polymerisations and other chemical processes. It is used in certain waste water remediation processes. It oxidizes organic compounds as well as deodorizes sulfur-containing species. Hydrogen peroxide is generally recognized as safe (GRAS) as an antimicrobial agent, an oxidizing agent and for other purposes by the U.S. FDA. Hydrogen peroxide has been used, in sufficient concentrations, to disinfect inanimate objects. It has been used as a propellant in rocketry and as a hybrid rocket oxidiser. Hydrogen peroxide and benzoyl peroxide are sometimes used to treat acne. Hydrogen peroxide is also used in the oil and gas exploration industry to oxidize rock matrix in preparation for micro-fossil analysis. It is absorbed by skin upon contact and creates a local skin capillary embolism that appears as a temporary whitening of the skin.
Chemical formula H2O2
Molar mass 34.0147 g/mol
Appearance Very light blue color; colorless in solution
Odor slightly sharp
Density 1.11 g/cm3 (20°C, 30% (w/w) solution )[1] 1.450 g/cm3 (20 °C, pure)
Melting point −0.43 °C (31.23 °F; 272.72 K)
Boiling point 150.2 °C (302.4 °F; 423.3 K) (decomposes)
Solubility in water Miscible
Solubility soluble in ether, alcohol insoluble in petroleum ether
Vapor pressure 5 mmHg (30°C)[2]
Acidity (pKa) 11.75
Refractive index (nD) 1.4061
Viscosity 1.245 cP (20 °C)
Dipole moment 2.26 D
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Product Description

Hydrogen peroxide was first described in 1818 by Louis Jacques Thenard, who produced it by treating barium peroxide with nitric acid. Hydrogen Peroxide is the simplest peroxide (a compound with an oxygen-oxygen single bond) and in its pure form is a colorless liquid, slightly more viscous than water. It is a nonplanar molecule possessing (twisted) C2 symmetry. Hydrogen peroxide has a number of structural analogues of which hydrogen disulfide is perhaps the most closely related. It has the highest (theoretical) boiling point of all the analogues. Its melting point is also fairly high, being comparable to that of hydrazine, with only hydroxylamine crystallising significantly more readily. Hydrogen peroxide is also one of the two chief chemicals in the defense system of the bombardier beetle, reacting with hydroquinone to discourage predators. It is used in the production of certain organic peroxides, such as dibenzoyl peroxide, used in polymerisations and other chemical processes. It is used in certain waste water remediation processes. It oxidizes organic compounds as well as deodorizes sulfur-containing species. Hydrogen peroxide is generally recognized as safe (GRAS) as an antimicrobial agent, an oxidizing agent and for other purposes by the U.S. FDA. Hydrogen peroxide has been used, in sufficient concentrations, to disinfect inanimate objects. It has been used as a propellant in rocketry and as a hybrid rocket oxidiser. Hydrogen peroxide and benzoyl peroxide are sometimes used to treat acne. Hydrogen peroxide is also used in the oil and gas exploration industry to oxidize rock matrix in preparation for micro-fossil analysis. It is absorbed by skin upon contact and creates a local skin capillary embolism that appears as a temporary whitening of the skin.

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