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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Hydrogen Peroxidase WHERE? located at: urine sea water rain water drinking water What does it do? produced as aqueous solutions of several stregths used for bleaching cotton, wood pulp, cosmetic purposes, and medical purposes decomposes into water and oxygen by heating or in bunch of substances. What's Interesting? combines with compounds to form crystaline solids used in laundry detergents and chlorine-free bleach products reacts to certain organic compounds to form hydroperoxides Louis Jacques Thenard discovered the hydrogen peroxidase restore old paintings by removing sulfur compounds from their surface. WANT SOURCE? "Hydrogen Peroxide | Chemical Compound." <i>Encyclopedia Britannica Online</i>. Encyclopedia Britannica. Web. 4 Mar. 2015. &lt;;. double click to change this title text! 34.01468 g/molabout 44 kDa double click to change this header text! "Hydrogen Peroxide | H2O2 - PubChem." <i>Hydrogen Peroxide | H2O2 - PubChem</i>. Web. 4 Mar. 2015. &lt;;. "Hydrogen Peroxide." Medical Discoveries. 1997, "hydrogen Peroxide." The Columbia Encyclopedia, 6th Ed.. 2014, "hydrogen Peroxide." World Encyclopedia. 2005, David A, "hydrogen Peroxide." A Dictionary of Nursing. 2008, and "hydrogen Peroxide." The Oxford Pocket Dictionary of Current English. 2009. "Hydrogen Peroxide." <i></i>. HighBeam Research, 1 Jan. 1997. Web. 4 Mar. 2015. &lt;;. DIAGRAM!!!
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