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Posted by Help please on Sunday, January 30, 2011 at 10:09am.

2h2o2(aq) ---> 2h2o(l) + o2(g)

if someone puts 0.470 ml of hydrogen peroxide on a cut how many moles of hydrogen peroxide are used? Assume the density of the solution is equal to the density of water.

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