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How many mL of 3% aqueous hydrogen peroxide solution can you make out of 100 mL of 35% aqueous hydrogen peroxide?

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    In the absence of densities of the two solutions and if these are w/w or w/v percents, I would do this.
    100 x 0.35 = ? x 0.03
    ? = approximately 1167 ml.

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