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in the video you made for this process you use %30 h2o2, would a higher concentration of peroxide give a higher yield? I had a hard time getting my peroxide to absorb much no2 gas, in spite of it being in an ice bath. I'm aware of how dangerous concentrated peroxide can be which is why I'm asking. I am going to try to find a taller thinner vessel to bubble the gas through first, with the logic that if the gas spends more time in the peroxide more of it will react. I figured I would bring this question here though and ask just in case that doesn't work. Thanks for doing what you do.
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