Hydrogen peroxide bubbles upon exposure to the enzyme catalase, which causes the peroxide to break apart. Hydrogen peroxide only bubbles on contact with open wounds. More »

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Hydrogen peroxide bubbles when it is poured onto a cut or a wound because of an enzyme called catalase, which catalyzes the breakdown of hydrogen peroxide into its constituent molecules of water and oxygen. The bubbles a... More »

To clean ears with hydrogen peroxide, you need hydrogen peroxide, a towel, olive oil, a medicine dropper, warm water and two large, deep bowls. The whole procedure can be done in at least 30 minutes. More »

Hydrogen peroxide bubbles when it is poured onto a cut or a wound because of an enzyme called catalase, which catalyzes the breakdown of hydrogen peroxide into its constituent molecules of water and oxygen. The bubbles a... More »

Pure hydrogen peroxide is composed of two molecules of hydrogen and two molecules of oxygen, so its chemical formula is H2O2. However, the hydrogen peroxide sold in most stores is actually a solution, which typically onl... More »

Gamers play “Bubble Pop” using a computer mouse to pop bubbles. While trying to pop bubbles, they have to watch out for mines, which end the game. “Bubble Pop” is available to play on arcade websites such as FreeArcade.c... More »

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Common examples of convection include the boiling of water where bubbles become visible at the top, drinking coffee where steam rises upwards, using a fan to cool off the body and heating a room during the cold season. C... More »