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I was doing an experiment at home with copper(II) sulphate and sodium chloride . I added Hydrogen peroxide to the mixture. The reaction was rather exothermic and vigorous . After rection stopped , i filtered and evaporated the mixture to form crystals . it can decomposed H2O2 just as vigotously . I wonder if there is something to do with ion-exchange in terms of a catalyst ? as the concentration of the solution drops , the reaction slows down as well can anyone out there help me explain this phenomemum ?
Re: Soluble catalyst that decompose H2O2
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