January 18, 2021, 03:29:50 AM
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Topic: Is it possible to filter out ozone without filtering out hydrogen peroxide?  (Read 186 times)

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Offline nickmiller1888

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I am an electrical engineer, suffice to say chemistry is not my strong suit (not even sure if I'm posting this in the right spot).  I'm trying to find a way to maximize the hydroperoxide in the air while minimizing ozone, any ideas?

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I think carbon reacts with ozone forming carbon dioxide, hydrogen peroxide does not react so a carbon-filter could work.

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Over thinking this? How do the boiling points compare (not sure of solubility of ozone in hydrogen peroxide; but would not recommend further heating)?

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I thought it was vapor of hydrogen peroxide? Otherwise the solution is very easy offcourse.

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