In which of the following reaction, the hydrogen peroxide is a reducing agent?

In Which Of The Following Reaction The Hydrogen Peroxide Is Chemistry Question

In which of the following reaction, the hydrogen peroxide is a reducing agent?

Options

(a) 2HI + H₂O₂ → 2H₂O + I₂
(b) CI₂ + H₂O₂ → 2HCl + O₂
(c) 2FeCl₂ + 2HCl + H₂O₂ → 2FeCl₃ + 2H₂O
(d) H₂SO₃ + H₂O₂ → H₂SO₄ + H₂O

Correct Answer:

CI₂ + H₂O₂ → 2HCl + O₂

Explanation:

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Topics: Hydrogen and Redox Reactions (174)
Subject: Chemistry (2512)

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