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What happens to the disulfide bonds of the hair whenthey come in contact with hydrogen peroxide?


Question asked by: jerahhub

Asked on: 13 Jan 2009

Hydrogen peroxide is a very reactive chemical and therefore they react and get broken down.

Hydrogen peroxide is just water with an extra oxygen molecule, eg H2O2 rather than H2O however the properties are radically different!

By: knowitall
Replied at: 18 Jan 2009
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