Question

The dipole moment H2O2 is move than that of H2O but H2O2 is not a good solvent because:

Solution

Correct option is

It dissociates easily and acts as an oxidising agent in chemical reactions.

 

H2O2 is thermally unstable and it decompress easily.  

               

Its decomposition is catalysed by alkali metals present in traces in the glass of vessel. 

SIMILAR QUESTIONS

Q1

Pb(NO3)2 on heating gives

Q2

The bonds present in N2O5 are:

Q3

Which of the following oxides of nitrogen is a coloured gas?

Q4

Which of the following is not oxidised by O3?

Q5

Which blue-liquid is obtained on reaching equimolar amounts of two gases at –30oC? 

Q6

Phosgene can be obtained when:

Q7

The gas produced when ammonium bisulphide is added to an aqueous solution of aluminium sulfate is

Q8

NaNO2 gives coloured fumes on treatment with dilute acids. The colour of fumes is

Q9

When NaNO3 is heated with (NH4)2SO4 a colourless gas & a residue is obtained. The colour of residue is

Q10

The strongest reducing agent amongst the following is