oxygen plus? or just hydrogen peroxide?

Stefan Sehnbruch Stefan.Sehnbruch at t-online.de
Tue Feb 3 11:05:51 EST 1998


Keith Kaste schrieb:

> wondering if a garden (no pun intended) variety of hydrogen peroxide
> might not just accomplish the same thing at far less the price.  After
> all, the key ingredient is something called urea hydrogen peroxide.
> Aren't they both the same thing?

Hi Keith,
urea hydrogen peroxide is a compound of hydrogen peroxide and urea.
Molecular structure is: H2N-CO-NH2.H2O2
It is also called "solid hydrogen peroxide"
Be careful not to mix it with flamable substances, as this could give
explosive mixtures.
Urea is known as plant fertilizer, so you must decide if you only want
to oxygenize your soil or if you even want to fertilize it

H2N-CO-NH2.H2O2  CAS-Nr.: 35220-04-3

Regards


Stefan Sehnbruch
Gelsenkirchen, Germany

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