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There are numerous applications for Hydrogen peroxide. This includes interactions between two species that are symbiotic, the creation of the compound from water, and the creation of products with added value. In this article, we'll look at how Medicago truncatula and a nickel-based nano-mesh work together in harmony.

Synthesis of hydrogen peroxide from water

A potent oxidant with numerous uses as a disinfectant and a wound treatment is hydrogen peroxide and methanol. In addition to being a common bleaching agent, it is also regarded as an environmentally friendly substitute for conventional stoichiometric oxidants.

The process of generating H2O2 from water can be done in a number of ways. The sequential oxidation and hydrogenation of anthraquinone is one of the main processes. The process necessitates centralized production and consumes a lot of energy. Over 95% of the H2O2 that is produced globally today is made using this process.

Injecting hydrogen gas into an aqueous solution is a different way to make hydrogen peroxide. You can do this using hard water or an air-gas mixture.

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Value-added product formation

Water splitting may be significantly influenced by the anode's production of valuable commodity chemicals. In addition to the obvious workaround, like reforming steam methane into a useful product, a brand-new substance and catalyst can help maximize this potential. Future research in PEC will focus on creating a highly effective catalyst for simultaneous selective H2O2 decomposition.

A potential electrolyte for PEC water splitting is one that produces hydrogen peroxide, or bicarbonate. However, there are some disadvantages. For instance, it is challenging to produce high concentrations of H2O2 in an in situ reaction without using a bias.

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