@addecker3 asked 3 months ago.

Draw a diagram to show how one molecule of hydrogen peroxide interacts with one molecule of water?

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@cilogokyvu answered 3 months ago.

Hydrogen peroxide is a clear, colourless liquid that can be used as a disinfectant. It is made of two parts hydrogen and one part oxygen, and is a type of peroxide. When hydrogen peroxide meets water, it breaks down into oxygen and water.
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@oddebajeq answered 3 months ago.

Hydrogen peroxide is a clear, colourless liquid which is an oxidizing agent. Molecules of hydrogen peroxide are composed of two hydrogen atoms and two oxygen atoms. The hydrogen peroxide molecules each contain an extra oxygen atom, which makes it an unstable molecule. The extra oxygen atom is what makes hydrogen peroxide an oxidizing agent.
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@didovikufo answered 3 months ago.

Hydrogen peroxide is a chemical compound with the formula H2O2. It is a clear liquid that is somewhat more viscous than water. It has an antiseptic property. It is created by the reaction of hydrogen and oxygen, and can also be created by the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide.
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@ofammello answered 3 months ago.

One molecule of hydrogen peroxide breaks down into two separate molecules of water and one molecule of oxygen.

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