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Question from John, a student:

i need to get a mole of hydrogen peroxide, which i know is 34g, but i don't have a way to measure grams, so do you know how many milliliters i need to have 34g of hydrogen peroxide. Thanks for all the help

Hi John.

The density of hydrogen peroxide is about 1.4 g/ml.

Divide the mass by the density of a substance and you get the volume.

Stephen La Rocque.

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