Hydrogen peroxide is made out of two hydrogen atoms and two oxygen atoms and has a pale blue, clear liquid appearance with a slightly sharp odor. The density of the molecule is 1.45 g/cm³. The molar mass is 34.0147 g/mol and its melting point is -0.43 C. In the textile and paper industry, 60% of hydrogen peroxide use goes to pulp and paper bleaching. It can also be used as an oxidizer which requires fuel to burn and a wide range of cleaning and personal care products, including hair dyes and bleaches, toothpaste and mouthwashes, bathroom cleaners and laundry stain removers.

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