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 Why does hydrogen peroxide foam when you put it on a cut?

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PostSubject: Why does hydrogen peroxide foam when you put it on a cut?   Sat May 31, 2008 8:41 am

Why does hydrogen peroxide foam when you put it on a cut?

Catalase does this extremely efficiently -- up to 200,000 reactions per second. The bubbles you see in the foam are pure oxygen bubbles being created by the catalase.

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