When you mix yeast and hydrogen peroxide in water, why does the temperature increase? ...
It also bubbles. These bubbles are oxygen gas. Yeast catalyzes the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide. The decomposition is an exothermic reaction ...
When you mix yeast and hydrogen peroxide in water, why does the temperature increase?
It also bubbles. These bubbles are oxygen gas. Yeast catalyzes the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide. The decomposition is an exothermic reaction (heat coming out).
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