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The Binary Complex Between Hydrogen Peroxide and Ozone: A Matrix Isolation Study.

Engdahl, Anders LU and Nelander, Bengt LU (2003) In Chemical Physics 293(2). p.203-209
Abstract
The interaction between hydrogen peroxide and ozone has been studied in argon matrices using infrared spectroscopy. The spectra show that hydrogen peroxide forms a weak hydrogen bond to one of the end oxygens of ozone. A comparison is made with other ozone complexes.
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