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What is hydrolysis products of "Marshall's acid ?

Chemically "Marshall's acid" is Diperxosulphuric acid. The hydrolysis of one mole Marshall's acid required two mole water molecules and two moles sulphuric acid and one mole (H2O2) hydrogen peroxide (2:1) obtained, and this hydrolysis followed addition-Elimination mechanism.

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