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Offline ConstanceA

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60% Hydrogen Peroxide dilution assistance needed
« on: February 07, 2024, 11:17:46 PM »
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Can anyone please help me? I have used various 'dilution' calculators' online, and done the equations on paper. However I DO NOT want to get this wrong, while one can be great at math, but help and guidance when applying is wise.
 I currently have one 250ml bottle of 60% Hydrogen Peroxide. I would like to make up a 2ltr volume of 6% and 2ltr, 1ltr & 500ml of 3% dilution. I would be most grateful if anyone can tell me (not ratios) exactly how many mls of H2O2 to how many mls of H2O to achieve those dilutions and volumes.
These solutions are for household purposes.
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Re: 60% Hydrogen Peroxide dilution assistance needed
« Reply #1 on: February 08, 2024, 03:02:44 AM »
Show the results you got and how you got them on paper, and we will start from there.

60% stuff is quite concentrated, be very careful when using it - apron, gloves, glasses are an absolute minimum.
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