Compounds containing crystallization hydrogen peroxide are not formed in the Na(K, Rb, Cs)Br-H2O2-H2O ternary systems at 0–20°.
The solubility of the bromides in hydrogen peroxide solutions is greater than in water.
The solubility of RbBr and CsBr in water was determined at 0°, and is respectively equal to 46.4 and 45.5%.
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Vol'nov, I.I., Dzyatkevich, B.S. Behavior of alkali metal beomides toward aqueous hydrogen peroxide solutions. Russ Chem Bull 22, 2109–2110 (1973). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00929424
- Hydrogen Peroxide
- Alkali Metal