Chemical Name: Hydrogen Peroxide
Formula: H2O2
Density:
(25 ° C) 1.19 (50%), 1.07 (30%), 1.13 (35%), 1.24 (60%)
Boiling Point:
150.2 C
Melting Point:
-0.43 C
Molar Mass:
34,02 g / mol CAS No: 7722-84-1
Packaging:
1L, 5L, 10L, 20L,50L,150L barrel, 220L barrel 1000L IBC tank

Explanation:
In its pure form, it is a colorless liquid, slightly more sticky than water. Hydrogen peroxide ; simple peroxide. It is used as an odorizer, bleach and disinfectant. Concentrated hydrogen peroxide is a form of reactive oxygen and is used as a propellant in rocketry. The nature of the unstable peroxide bond prevails in its chemistry.
Usage Areas: It is used in many sectors such as Waste Water Treatment, Food, Medicine, Paper, Cosmetics, Mining, Textile, Cleaning products.
Detailed information and usage of Hydrogen Peroxide in various sectors; Approximately 60% of the hydrogen peroxide production in the world is used for pulp and paper bleaching. The second major industrial application is the manufacture of sodium percarbonate and sodium perborate used as mild bleach in laundry detergents. It is used in the production of various organic peroxides, of which dibenzoyl peroxide is a high volume sample. It is used in polymerization, flour as a bleaching agent and in acne treatment. Peroxy acids such as peracetic acid and meta-chloroperoxybenzoic acid are also typically produced using hydrogen peroxide.
Hydrogen peroxide is used in certain wastewater treatment processes to remove organic impurities. This is achieved by advanced oxidation processes such as the Fenton reaction, which uses it to form highly reactive hydroxyl radicals (· OH). Organic contaminants such as these aromatic or halogenated compounds are normally difficult to destroy. It can also oxidize sulfur-based compounds found in waste; It is generally beneficial because it reduces their odor.
Hydrogen peroxide can be used for sterilization of various surfaces, including surgical instruments, and can be used as steam (VHP) for room sterilization. H2O2 shows broad spectrum activity against viruses, bacteria, yeast and bacterial spores. In general, there is more activity against Gram-positivity than Gram-negative bacteria; However, the presence of catalase or other peroxidases in these organisms can increase tolerance at low concentrations. Higher H2O2 concentrations (10% to 30%) and longer contact times are required for spore acid activity.
Hydrogen peroxide breaks down to form oxygen and water and is often viewed as an environmentally safe alternative to chlorine-based bleaches, as it is considered safe by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as an antimicrobial agent.
Historically, hydrogen peroxide has been used to disinfect wounds, partly due to its low cost and fast availability compared to other antiseptics.

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