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Since the dissociation constant for hydrogen peroxide is 2.4 x 10^-12 (very very small) if only a 3% concentration were to be mixed with water the pH would be negligible. However the main reason Hydrogen peroxide stings when you spill or pour it on a cut to disinfect it is because of its fairly high reactivity.

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Q: What is the pH of 3 percent hydrogen peroxide and water solution?
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