Subject: Why does catalase in chicken liver react so fast when NaOH is added(ph 10)?
Date: Wed Oct 13 18:20:27 1999
Posted by David Haynam
Grade level: 10-12
School: Woodland High School
City: Woodland State/Province: Ca
Area of science: Biochemistry
We are doing a lab using chicken liver for a catalase source and when we
use NaOH to make the H2O2 a pH 10 the reaction at 37 oC just takes off and
we don't know why?
Re: Why does catalase in chicken liver react so fast when NaOH is added(ph 10)?
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