Due to its strong oxidizing properties, hydrogen peroxide has found wide application in everyday life and in industry, where it is used, for example, as a bleach in textile production and in the manufacture of paper. It is used as a rocket fuel, as an oxidizer or as a one-component (with decomposition on a catalyst), including for driving turbopump units. It is used in analytical chemistry, as a foaming agent in the production of porous materials, in the production of disinfectants and bleaching agents. In industry, hydrogen peroxide also finds its use as a catalyst, a hydrogenating agent, and as an epoxidizing agent in the epoxidation of olefins. in medicine and hygiene. For cosmetic purposes. In the food industry. At home. Scope: bleaching in the pulp and paper industry; fabric bleaching; chemical synthesis; metallurgy; electronic industry; hydrogen peroxide as an aseptic; water and waste treatment; production of polymers; cosmetics. hydrogen peroxide is used for bleaching hair, fixing dyes through oxidation; oxidation of dyes; starch modification; antichlor; receiving foam; source of oxygen and energy. hydrogen peroxide can be used as a source of oxygen in the absence of air, as well as an energy source during the rapid take-off of aircraft and rockets; for water treatment in pools during the flowering period (approximate volume is 1-2 liters of perhydrol per 1 ton of water). In medicine: for disinfection of indoor surfaces (floor, walls, doors, etc.); for disinfection of products from various materials (corrosion-resistant metals, rubber, plastic, glass); for disinfection of rigid furniture, surfaces of devices, medical devices, equipment with paintwork, galvanic or polymer coating; for disinfection of sanitary equipment; for disinfection of linen, tableware and laboratory utensils, toys, patient care items made of glass, plastics, rubber; for disinfection of cleaning material; for disinfection of sanitary transport.