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- the concentration of H2O2 is 20V or 6% concentration - each of the catalyst added were 0.02 moles. (1.74g of manganese(IV) oxide) (3.19g of Iron(III) oxide) ( 1.59g of copper (II) oxide) - temperature is kept at room temp. (23ºc) - if you could provide the activation energy for each of the different catalyst that would be great!
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  Publication Details (including relevant citation  information):        Abdur Rahim, Pinaki Saha, Kunal Kumar, N. Sukumar, Bani Kanta Sarma,   Nature  Comm.8, 78 (2017). DOI:  10.1038/s41467-017-00081-x        Abstract:   Carbonyl-carbonyl n→π* interactions where a lone pair (n) of the  oxygen atom of a carbonyl group is delocalized over the…
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  Publication Details (including relevant citation   information):           Suman Kumar   Mandal,Pinaki Saha, Parthapratim   Munshi, N. Sukumar,       Struct.   Chem.28(5),   1537-1552 (2017).  DOI:   10.1007/s11224-017-1007-y       Abstract:   Two different scoring functions, Hirshfeld fingerprint-based   scoring (HFBS) and molecular…
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What gas is produced when acetic acid (vinegar) is combined with wood ash? What byproducts remain after the reaction has completed? What chemicals are reacting with what others to produce this reaction?   I guess what I'm asking is - 'What is the chemical equation?'   Bonus points.. Is there an exhaustive list of chemical reactions somewhere… (Show more)
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