Can you please clarify my question that what happens when hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) reacts with sodium chloride(NaCl)....What are the products formed??
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Asked by Ravindra | 13th May, 2016, 06:35: PM

Expert Answer:

NaCl does not react with hydrogen peroxide.
It is a stable salt and hydrogen peroxide needs a reactant which can take away the extra oxygen.
It can react with sodium hypochlorite to give sodium chloride and water with the release of oxygen.
H2O2 + NaClO -----> H2O + NaCl + O2

Answered by Vaibhav Chavan | 16th May, 2016, 10:43: AM