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[*] posted on 9-11-2021 at 05:39
Decomposition of hydrogen peroxide on the surface of copper


Hi. I have a new experiment. I think you will be interested. I made solution of peroxotungstic acid. i added tungstic acid in 50% peroxide solution, next when i added copper oxygen began to be released intensively, like MnO2+H2O2 reaction. i also tryed zinc, but because its active metal its very dirty reaction, black particles was everywherein solution. also silver and other metals, but copper is fastest and also inert (silver produced insoluble tungstarte very easily), end of the reaction solution had greenish colour. interesting how its works on for example platinum. as i know formula of this peroxocompound is H2[WO(O2)2(OH)2]

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[*] posted on 9-11-2021 at 08:04


interesting, maybe you will have a catalyst named after you soon? try to avoid becoming easily assasinated for now. you should try and see if this can react with other oxygen like compounds, chlorates maybe



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[*] posted on 10-11-2021 at 00:11


as i know this peroxocomplex is stable only in solution and if we want to make oxygen from KClO3 we need catalysis, for example MnO2 and heat. i dont think something will happen in solution. Maybe you meant something else and I could not understand you, tell me in more detail.



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