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On the net it has been suggested and my experiment it has been proven that Fructose can break down Vitamin C or atleast stop it from being effective in some way. I can not find ant theories on the net to how this breakdown happpens. As someone who has always been rubbish at chemistry i need help.

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hi i have a big problem got a practical, the effect of catalase on the rate of reaction on hydrogen peroxide. but i don't know the amount of hydrogen peroxide i should use or the source of enzyme? can anyone help? the source of enzyme cant be liver or potato. thanks S x

Try Yeast

The enzyme for Yeast is Catalase

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