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I am carrying out an investigation on the rate of decomposition of H2O2. During the investigation i will allow the catalysed decomposition of H2O2 to occur and extract samples of the partially decomposed H2O2 at different time intervals. When the samples are removed i need a way to stop the catalyzed decomposition H2O2 so that the amount of remaining H2O2 can be analysed. For the catalyzed decomposition of H2O2 with yeast as the catalyst, the inhibitor i will use is ammonium molbdate solution. I need to find a suitable inhibitor for the catalytic action of MnO2 so that the effect of organic and inorganic catalysts can be compared.
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