Redox Titration Help [Calculations]

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I have a chemical practical coming up in a few weeks time and need help sussing out some questions. I know that the practical will be on redox titration between h2o2 and KMnO4, I wanted to know how I could determing the concentration of h2o2. Could someone run through a specimen calculation preffered in dm3/cm3 as i seen most people post in Litres on the forums thankyou.
 

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1 dm3 = 1 liter.

Multiply the answer in dm3 by 1 to convert to liters.....


Oh! 1 dm3 = 1000 cm3

You'll have to help me with that conversion to liters.
 
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I wanted to know how I could determing the concentration of h2o2.
First things first - you will need reaction equation.
 

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