Inorganic Peroxides - One good example is the hydrogen...

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Click to edit Master subtitle  style  8/1/11 Inorganic  Peroxides (Other than Hydrogen  Peroxide  )
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 8/1/11 Definition Compound which contains an element at its  highest state of oxidation
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 8/1/11 Classification {6AB7952D-75C5-4 28-809A-D2EAC1B974BC} Ionic Peroxide Salts {0D5EC 48-1 0B-4DA2-A5FC-EFC8F9 85E45} Acid Peroxides
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 8/1/11 Ionic Peroxide Salts Peroxide of alkaline and  alkaline earth metals Covalent Peroxides
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 8/1/11 Barium peroxide Grey-white solid An oxidizing  agent
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 8/1/11 Synthesis: Brin Process BaO Reactor, 500-600 oC N2 and O2 BaO 2 NaOH Air w/ CO2 2BaO +O2 '  2BaO2
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 8/1/11 Application Bleaching Fireworks oxidizer which gives vivid green color as lighting effects
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 8/1/11 Covalent Peroxides
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Unformatted text preview: One good example is the hydrogen peroxide 8/1/11 Trivia Use of peroxide in detergents are reflected on the trade names of it PERSIL PER- means perborate SIL-means silicate 8/1/11 Perchloric acid Encountered as aqueous solution A strong acid Powerful oxidizing agent Dangerous and corrosive 8/1/11 Synthesis: Industrial Route NaClO4 Reactor HCl HClO4 , NaCl Distillation HClO 4 NaCl NaClO4 + HCl HClO4 + NaCl 8/1/11 Application Precursor for ammonium perchlorate, used for rocket fuel 8/1/11 Application Used for electropolishing or etching aluminum, molybdenum, etc. 8/1/11 Questions?...
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