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The most common inorganic peroxide, hydrogen peroxide, is a clear, colorless, slightly viscous liquid, miscible with water in any proportion. It is used in the production of paper pulp for bleaching, as a reagent for chemical synthesis, in the detoxification and purification of water and effluent, as well as for copper etching of printed circuit boards and cleaning semiconductors.
Hydrogen peroxide finds application in the bleaching textiles, leather tanning, food, aquaculture, mining and environmental industries. Its oxidizing properties are used in bleach formulations, for disinfection, and in the manufacture of cosmetics and pharmaceuticals.
Calcium peroxide is a solid compound that is safe and convenient to handle, compared with other solid oxidants. It reacts with water to form hydrogen peroxide and calcium hydroxide. The hydrogen peroxide released can be used for various applications. It causes no adverse effect to the environment, and is used in aquaculture and for environmental applications like solid waste remediation, wastewater treatment, soil decontamination, oxygen source to soil for agriculture, fish pond oxygenation, etc.
An environmentally safe and versatile anti-microbial agent, peracetic acid is also a powerful anti oxidant. It emits oxygen more readily and at lower temperatures than other bleaching agents. It is effective against micro organisms and is not deactivated by catalase and peroxidase, the enzymes which break down hydrogen peroxide. Peracetic acid is used especially in facilities for industrial handling of foodstuffs, because it acts at low temperature and low pH and the degradation product, acetic acid, seldom needs to be rinsed away.
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