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Barium Peroxide For Synthesis

Also known as Barium binoxide, Barium dioxide

H.S.Code 28164000 CAS No. 1304-29-6
Molecular Formula BaO2 Molecular Weight 169.33
Physical State Solid Refractive index
Odour Odorless Solubility in water Poor
Density 5.68 g/cm3 Flash point 21 °C
pH value Melting Point 450 °C

About Barium Peroxide

Barium peroxide arises by the reversible reaction of O2 with barium oxide. It decomposes on heating and on contact with water and acids. This produces oxygen and hydrogen peroxide. It was the first peroxide compound discovered and it is one of the most common inorganic peroxides.

It is used as a bleaching agent, in making Hydrogen Peroxide, aluminum welding and textile dyeing. It is also used in cathodes of fluorescent lamps, as a drying agent for lithographic inks.

Barium dioxide Molecular Image

Barium Peroxide Specifications

Packaging 500 gm
Form Powder
Colour White or Grey
Grade For Synthesis
Hazard Class
Storage Store in a cool, dry, well-ventilated area away from incompatible substances.
Shelf Life 36 Months
Barium Peroxide Powder

500 gm