Subject: Why is manganese dioxide a good catalyst for hydrogen peroxide?
Date: Wed Sep 27 15:53:39 2000
Posted by Clare
Grade level: 10-12
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Area of science: Chemistry
I am doing a chemistry investigation and was going to investigate whether
other compounds would work as well. My teacher said that to do this, I
would need to understand why manganese dioxide was such a good catalyst eg
is it because of it's structure, bonding, electron arrangement, etc?
Re: Why is manganese dioxide a good catalyst for hydrogen peroxide?
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