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What are the Molecular formulas for water and hydrogen peroxide?

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Water is H2O Hydrogen Peroxide is H2O2 I hope you found this useful.

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water is H2O, and Hydrogen Peroxide is H2O2 (note: all of the 2s in these formulas are subscripts)

Water is H2O (2 parts Hydrogen to one of Oxygen) Hydrogen Peroxide is H2O2 or simply HO.

Hydrogen peroxide has a molecular formula H2O2. It can break up to give water(H2O) and nascent oxygen ([O]).

No. Oxygenated water does not contain hydrogen peroxide.

Household hydrogen peroxide is a homogeneous mixture of hydrogen peroxide and water.

No. Hydrogen peroxide will not remove impurities from water.

No. Hydrogen peroxide is usually dissolved in water to make it more stable. The peroxide you buy at the pharmacy is 3% hydrogen peroxide and 97% water. Pure hydrogen peroxide, which is a dangerously strong oxidizer, can explosively decompose into water and oxygen.

no. H2O2 is hydrogen peroxide, H2O is water.

Hydrogen peroxide decomposes into water and oxygen.

Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) does not dissociate in water.

hydrogenated water is hydrogen rich water.hydrogen peroxide act as a disinfectant for water.

Hydrogen peroxide is the solute. Water is the solvent. My bottle of hydrogen peroxide is 3 % H2O2.

Ordinary water (H2O) does NOT contain hydrogen peroxide (H2O2). Hydrogen peroxide would have had to have been added by someone for it to be in water!

Hydrogen peroxide is H2O2 (this is essentially a water molecule with an extra oxygen atom) and if it is 3% hydrogen peroxide, then it is 97% water.

Hydrogen peroxide --------> water+oxygen

catalase hydrogen peroxide------------------water+oxygen

Hydrogen Peroxide is different from water because it has one extra oxygen atom water is H2O Hydrogen peroxide is H2O2

Hydrogen peroxide has the formula H2O2 and water has the formula H2O.

Formula for Water - H20 Formula for Hydrogen Peroxide - H2O2

There are actually two chemical formulas: H2O for water and H2O2 for hydrogen peroxide; some chemists would exclude peroxide as a different material from oxide, but both compounds are oxides of hydrogen.

Both are compounds consisting entirely of hydrogen and oxygen. Water is H2O. Hydrogen peroxide is H2O2.

Water is H2O and hydrogen perioxide is H2O2 hydrogen peroxide has one more oxygen atom than water.

Hydrogen peroxide spontaneously decomposes into water and oxygen.


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