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CannaCrunch

Hydrogen peroxide is H2O too


Shadowlover23

But waters supposed to be wet.... how can something wet burn. If something wet were burning then the burn would be extinguished


RapidCamel

H2O2 is not the end product. It is the intermediate of full hydrogen oxidation (water). This doesn't make sense and is not /r/technicallythetruth