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Hydorgen peroxide may be prepared by the following reactions:
2NH4HSO4 ---> H2+(NH4)2S2O8
(NH4)2S2O8+2H2O ----> 2NH4HSo4+H2O2
What mass of ammonium hydrogen sulfate, Nh4HSo4 is initially required to prepare 2.00 mole of H2O2?
What mass of H2O is required?
I have checked and the reaction are ballanced. But the wording is confusing me with what I have in my notes and I'm not sure what to do next. Please advise.

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