The reaction of ferrous horseradish peroxidase with hydrogen peroxide.

@article{Noble1970TheRO,
  title={The reaction of ferrous horseradish peroxidase with hydrogen peroxide.},
  author={Robert W. Noble and Quentin H. Gibson},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={1970},
  volume={245 9},
  pages={2409-13}
}
Hydrogen peroxide reacts with ferrous horseradish peroxidase and converts it to oxyperoxidase in a sequence of two reactions. The first is the reaction of ferrous peroxidase with HzOz to form Compound II; the second is the reaction of Compound II with HzOz to form oxyperoxidase. Both reactions follow second order kinetics, being first order with respect to each of the reactants. They proceed without detectable intermediates, and, therefore, appear to be single step Z-electron oxidations. 

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