Peroxides are substances that contain oxygen, which can be released in atomic form during decomposition. They are often materials with two oxygen atoms bonded together (R-O-O-R), but other types of bonding can be present, e.g. hypochlorites, chlorates, nitrites. Peroxides are used for disinfecting surfaces, laundry horns, leather, bleaching wood, disinfecting drinking water due to their rapid release of oxygen.


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Hydrogen peroxide is the best-selling.
The strongest disinfectant is peracetic acid. It is the strongest disinfectant and is non-toxic and long-lasting in the environment.
Hydrogen peroxide is the most common bleaching agent used if the dosage is liquid, and sodium percarbonate, which is the main ingredient in bleach, is the most commonly used if the dosage is powder.

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