Hydrogen Peroxide (a.k.a. H2O2, Oxygenated Water) is the simplest peroxide (molecules comprising a covalent bond between two oxygen atoms covalently bonded to one another) in existence. It is a nearly colorless (pale blue) liquid, weakly acidic and miscible with water in all proportions. It can be found in nature, in living organisms and in the atmosphere, however, oxygenated water is unstable and slowly decomposes in the presence of light. Hydrogen peroxide began being commercially produced in the 1880s and currently it is mainly used as a bleaching and oxidizing agent in a wide variety of industries.
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