The behaviour of mixtures of hydrogen peroxide and water. Part 1.—Determination of the densities of mixtures of hydrogen peroxide and water

  title={The behaviour of mixtures of hydrogen peroxide and water. Part 1.—Determination of the densities of mixtures of hydrogen peroxide and water},
  author={M. F. Easton and Anthony G. Mitchell and W. F. Kenrick Wynne-Jones},
  journal={Transactions of The Faraday Society},
The densities of mixtures of hydrogen peroxide and water have been determined at 0", lo", 25", 50" and 96" C by a simple displacement method. The method is found convenient and accurate for determining the concentrations of mixtures of hydrogen peroxide and water. The data have been fitted to equations and the agreement of the data and equations is about 1 part in 5000 for all temperatures except 96" C where it is about 1 part in 1400. 

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