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Yes, but so far no one has answered the question: “What is H2O 4?”
Some of what looks like water is actually "OH" not H2O, and this hydroxyl can be a real "OH-OH."
The link you gave mentioned:
But it was unclear whether that hydrogen was in the form of hydroxyl – the chemical that makes up drain cleaners – or in the form of H2O, or water.
The NIH.gov site cites a biochemical journal about hydrogen peroxide (HOOH), which adds this:
. . . to generate hydroxyl radicals (OH.) from H2O2 has been investigated . . .
And all this, of c
looks like there's more water than we expected on the moon, and hopefully that'll be useful for future astronauts!
22 September 2020
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