Asked in Elements and Compounds
Is hydrogen peroxide the same as peroxide?
Peroxide is an compound that can be a part of another chemical to form a molecule. Hydrogen peroxide is two hydrogen atoms attached to a peroxide molecule, forming hydrogen peroxide. Peroxide itself (O2) only exists as molecular oxygen when it is not attached to another chemical. ...
Asked in Chemistry, Elements and Compounds
What is the solvent and solute of hydrogen peroxide?
Hydrogen peroxide is the solute. Water is the solvent. My bottle of hydrogen peroxide is 3 % H2O2. ...