ChemistryH 2 O 2 , is ‘5.6 volume’, then

H2O2, is '5.6 volume', then

  1. A
    It is 1.7% weight by volume
  2. B
    it is 1 N
  3. C
    Both (a) and (b)
  4. D
    None of the above

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    Solution:

    Volume Strength of H2​O2​=Normality×5.6

    Given,  Volume strength =5.6

    Hence, Normality =5.6/5.6​=1N

    For 100 Vol =30% (w/w) H2​O2

    Hence 5.6 Vol =0.3×5.6=1.7% weight by volume

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