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Why are Manganese (IV) Oxide and Iron (III) Oxide better catalysts than CuO for the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide?
- 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!
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