Is stain removal with bleach an oxidation reduction reaction?

Answer Oxidation reduction occurs when the oxidation number of an atom changes. Original bleach did not cause an oxidation reduction reaction. However, newer color safe bleaches do cause an oxidation re... Read More »

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Chlorine & Potassium Bromide Oxidation Reaction?

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Bleaching your hair using Clorox or any other brand of bleach can have long lasting and adverse effects on its strength, softness and fullness. Repeated bleaching can permanently damage the base s... Read More »

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