Proposed is the use of Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2) as the ideal oxidant for atomic layer deposition of metal oxide films. H2O2 has similar oxidation properties to Ozone while simultaneously having slightly stronger proton transfer properties than water. Vital to the success of any vapor phase chemistry is delivery of stable compositions, temperature and pressure. This study demonstrates the viability of a new membrane technology for the precise delivery of H2O2/ H2O mixtures starting from a liquid range of 30-70%. An in-situ gas phase cleaning process to remove carbon contamination from Ge(100) surfaces using gas phase H2O2 has been characterized.