Dr. Nagham Mahmood Aljamali, Hussein Ali Ahmed


Vol 12, Jul-Dec, 2020

Date of Submission: 2020-06-03 Date of Acceptance: 2020-07-01 Date of Publication: 2020-07-05


This review involved effect of catalysts on any chemical reaction, any reaction proceeds because the reaction products are more stable than the reactants and starting materials. The un catalyzed reaction is slow. In fact, simplest example: the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide is so slow that hydrogen peroxide solutions are commercially available. This reaction is strongly affected via catalysts like manganese dioxide, or the enzyme peroxidase in organisms, reduction and oxidation reactions.


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