The oxide that gives H2O2 on treating with a dilute acid is

  1. A

    PbO

  2. B

    Na2O2

  3. C

    MnO2

  4. D

    TiO2

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    Solution:

    Na2O2 is the oxide that produces H2O2 when exposed to a weak acid. Hydrogen peroxide with diluted acids can only be produced by genuine peroxides that have a OOlink.

    Na2O2+H2SO4Na2SO4+H2O2

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