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concentration of the hydrogen peroxide solution

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1. Find the concentration of the hydrogen peroxide solution.
Doing an analysis of hydrogen peroxide using Potassium Permangate
Equation is:
2KMnO4(aq)+5H2O2(aq)+3H2SO4(aq) -->5O(g)+K2SO4(aq)+2MnSO4(aq)+8H2O(l)
Potassium Permangate is the titrant.
Obtained a 1.00mL aliquot of H2O2, and then diluted it with 20mL of water.
The titrant concentration is 0.02068 M.
18.40mL of the titrant was poured into the solution until the solution was able to change color.
With these results, what is the concentration of the hydrogen peroxide solution?

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By using the potassium permangate as the titrant, it finds out the concentration of the hydrogen peroxide solution. The response is detaield and received a '5/5' rating from the student who originally posted the question.

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