Is Hydrogen Peroxide an Acid or a Base?

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Hydrogen peroxide is not an acid. It is one of the most well known bases in chemistry. It can be used in a number of experiments and can be mixed with other chemicals.
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because it is a more alkaline substance.
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1. Fill an empty 5-gallon bucket with 3 gallons of water. Slowly pour 1 cup of hydrogen peroxide into the water. Gently add 1 cup of nitric acid to the peroxide-and-water mixture.
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Hydrogen peroxide is an weak acid. I tend to think that this is due to the increased stability of O2H- compared to OH-
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The positively charged ion of hydrogen, H+, formed by removal of th...
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