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What does the copper cycle have to do with finding H2O2 gas?


The experiment was set to examine the copper cycle through various chemical
reaction. The objective was to use the electrochemical activity in real experiment
and learn to use Bunsen burner. The result shows that copper, undergoing a series
of chemical reaction, was returned to the first state of existence-solid copper. The
results shows that our hypothesis chemical equation and electrochemical activity
both right and feasible. However, at the end of the experiment, we did not collect
as much copper as we measured at the beginning. Several steps could have
caused this error:

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