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7. 8. 9. 10. 1 By Oxidation of the Metals and Their Complexes Metallic Cu, Ag, Au, and Hg are all efficient heterogeneous catalysts for the decomposition of H 2 0 2 ;Zn and Cd are slightly less so. Consequently there have been few investigations directed toward stoichiometric reaction of these metals with H 2 0 2 and organic peroxides. Metallic Zn is converted to ZnO upon treatment with neutral H 2 0 2 . Dissolution of Cu, Ag, and Hg yields aquocations of Cu(II), Ag(I), and Hg(I1); reaction occurs in 30% H 2 0 2acidified with dilute H2S04 (Cu, Ag) and HOAc (Cu, Ag, Hg)’.
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