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why is temperature of H2O2 measured in the graduated cylinder?

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    It would help if we knew what you were doing. Are you building a rocket ship? Dissolving blood with H2O2? Cleansing an open wound with H2O2? Washing the floor with it? Just what? As the question stands, I don't have the foggiest.

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    decomposition of H2O2 to water and O2

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    As the temperature increases the decomposition increases. Another way of saying it is that the rate of decomposition increases with increasing T.

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