Hydrogen peroxide is a disinfectant. It kills bacteria that might cause and infection.
No, Hydrogen Peroxide will not cure acne. It will reduce bacteria that cause and develop in acne.
because of the presence of the enzyme catalyses in the blood which release oxygen from hydrogen peroxide
Water is H20, and Hydrogen Peroxide is H202. When it is applied to a wound, the peroxide reacts and the extra oxygen is released, which any bacteria.
Plain hydrogen peroxide has hydrogen peroxide in it.
Hydrogen Peroxide does kill newer human skin cells, and can increase the chance of scarring because of it.
it is a disinfectant so kills the bacteria in the wound
Well Hydrogen Peroxide is able to kill the most deadly bacteria. So by random guess I am pretty sure it could.
Hyrdrogen peroxide can be used to kill harmful bacteria. While there may be better options for treatment of a staph infection, hydrogen peroxide will not cause harm to a staph infection and could help aid in killing off harmful bacteria.
Household hydrogen peroxide is a homogeneous mixture of hydrogen peroxide and water.
Hydrogen peroxide is a teeth whitener, google "hydrogen peroxide teeth."
Hydrogen is an element.Hydrogen peroxide is a compound.
The best chemicals for killing bacteria are bleach and ammonia. Hydrogen peroxide and acids are also good for killing bacteria.
HYdrogen peroxide is a compound.
Catalase breaks down hydrogen peroxide into water and oxygen. Catalase is found in blood and bacteria in the wound. The bubbles you see are from the oxygen that is being released.
I think Hydrogen Peroxide is a reactant,because hydrogen and oxygen are reactants so hydrogen peroxide should be a reactant.
Hydrogen peroxide has two atoms of hydrogen and oxygen.
Hydrogen peroxide is H2O2
Yes hydrogen peroxide is an antiseptic.
The answer depends on the fraction of hydrogen peroxide in WHAT!
The formula of hydrogen peroxide is H2O2
Peroxide is an compound that can be a part of another chemical to form a molecule. Hydrogen peroxide is two hydrogen atoms attached to a peroxide molecule, forming hydrogen peroxide. Peroxide itself (O2) only exists as molecular oxygen when it is not attached to another chemical.