What Is The Difference Between Water And Hydrogen Peroxide?

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Aretha Vaughn answered
Hydrogen Peroxide is a colorless liquid that resembles water in many respects.It's physical properties are very similar to those of water,except that it is 40%denser.The main difference between hydrogen peroxide and water,however,is in its chemical behavior.
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Mark answered
The difference is one oxygen molecule. Water is H2O peroxide is H2O2
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Anonymous answered
Peroxide is h2o2 water is h2o this means there is one more molecule of air in peroxide then water

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