Problem: Hydrogen peroxide (H 2O2) is a syrupy liquid with a relatively low vapor pressure and a normal boiling point of 152.2 ˚C. Rationalize the differences of these physical properties from those of water.

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Hydrogen peroxide (H 2O2) is a syrupy liquid with a relatively low vapor pressure and a normal boiling point of 152.2 ˚C. Rationalize the differences of these physical properties from those of water.

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