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HYDROGEN PEROXIDE REACTS WITH POTASSIUM IODIDE (1 of 2) Variations Available<br />
A Decomposition Reaction<br />
Potassium Iodide (aq) is added to Hydrogen Peroxide (aq). When the catalyst is in the same physical state as the reactant, in this case another aqueous compound, it is called a homogeneous catalyst

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HYDROGEN PEROXIDE REACTS WITH POTASSIUM IODIDE (1 of 2) Variations Available
A Decomposition Reaction
Potassium Iodide (aq) is added to Hydrogen Peroxide (aq). When the catalyst is in the same physical state as the reactant, in this case another aqueous compound, it is called a homogeneous catalyst

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