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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Eli, Sep 13, 2003.
O2, yeah. I think. Isn't that peroxide?
Cyanide, breath deeply...ahhhhhhhhhhh.
Hydrogen Peroxide is H2O2, a rather unstable compound.
It decays (if that's the right word) into H2O and O2.
When the catalase comes in contact with hydrogen peroxide, it turns the hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) into water (H2O) and oxygen gas (O2).
H2O2 --> H2O + O2
I've read that fishermen add some Hydrogen Peroxide to their live wells to get extra oxygen in the water.
A Healthy Fish is a Happy Fish
how do they catalyse the H2O2 then? It wont begin to catalyse until it comes into contact with Enzymes in the bloodstream.
It gives off marraige-ji-wanna smoke.
get an experiment tube filled up with water, not all though, half of the tube is enough, than throw in like 10 pieces of dry-ice. see what happens.
Throw a dead body in there too, DUH.
Hehe, thats what one of my friends calls it!
Sorry BASS Masters... DO NOT use hydrogen peroxide in the livewell!