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For this reaction, 0.75 mL of the Mb/Citrate solution, 6.74 mL of OPD, and 2.51 mL of H<sub>2</sub>O<sub>2</sub> will be reacted, for a total of 10 mL of liquid in the tube.  
For this reaction, 0.75 mL of the Mb/Citrate solution, 6.74 mL of OPD, and 2.51 mL of H<sub>2</sub>O<sub>2</sub> will be reacted, for a total of 10 mL of liquid in the tube.  
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<b>The reaction was started at 11:05.</b> The first aliquot will be removed at 12:05 and a spectra will be taken. This will be done every hour.

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Reaction of OPD+H2O2 with Mb/Citrate Catalyst in Suspension of Isopropanol

Going to try something different: instead of dissolving everything in solution, I am only going to suspend it in Isopropanol. The stock solutions will be made in the same volumes (only with Isopropanol), but the reaction will not be run 5 times. Instead, the reactants will total approximately 10 mL and will be sonicated before the H2O2 will be added.

For this reaction, 0.75 mL of the Mb/Citrate solution, 6.74 mL of OPD, and 2.51 mL of H2O2 will be reacted, for a total of 10 mL of liquid in the tube.


The reaction was started at 11:05. The first aliquot will be removed at 12:05 and a spectra will be taken. This will be done every hour.



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