Hydrogen Peroxide can be separated into hydrogen and oxygen with the help of manganese dioxide (catalyst).
To get pure oxygen, use the following chemical equation: MnO2 + 2H2O2 → MnO2 + O2 + 2H2O.
Hydrogen Peroxide is sold in pharmacies as a wound antiseptic at a low concentration 3% and in cosmetics stores in a ratio up to 20-25%.
Hydrogen Peroxide is a chemical compound, and its formula is H2O2. Its color is pale blue, but it appears in dilute solutions colorless and slightly more viscous than water. Hydrogen Peroxide is a weak acid, but it is a good bleach because of its strong oxidizing properties.