i) H2O2→ H2O+Oii) H2O2+2I−→ I2+2OH− H2O2 acts as 

i) H2O2 H2O+O

ii) H2O2+2I I2+2OH H2O2 acts as 

  1. A

    oxidising agent in both (i) and (ii)

  2. B

    reducing agent in both (i) and (ii)

  3. C

    oxidising agent in (i) and reducing agent in (ii)

  4. D

    reducing agent in (i) and oxidising agent in (ii)

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    Solution:

     In first reaction H2O2 donating oxygen. 

    In second reaction Iodine oxidation state changes from  -1 to 0. 

     

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