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What does hydrogen peroxide spontaneously decompose into?
Hydrogen peroxide spontaneously decomposes into water and oxygen.
The equation for the reaction is
##"2H"_2"O"_2 → "2H"_2"O" + "O"_2##
The rate of decomposition is slow at room temperature, but it increases with temperature.
The rate increases rapidly in the presence of catalysts such as ##"MnO"_2## and ##"KI"##.
Hydrogen peroxide is a powerful oxidizing agent. At low concentrations (3 %), it is used as a disinfectant and a bleach.
The UV light from the sun catalyzes the reaction.
If you leave hydrogen peroxide in a clear container in sunlight, it decomposes much faster.
That's why it's sold to the public in brown bottles.
At concentrations of 70 to 98+ %, it is used as an oxidizer for rocket fuel.