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What is NOT is good laboratory method for preparation of oxygen gas?

is the anwser here C or am i wrong

A)photosynthesis
B)electrolysis of water
C)catalytic decomposition of hydrogen peroxide
D) thermal decompositon of KClO3

Photosynthesis is not a good lab preparation of oxygen gas. It is too slow.

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