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Hi! I have the following question:

Is the fermentation of glucose with yeast (filtered after the process) to obtain ethanol a homogeneous or heterogeneous catalysis?

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It is a homogeneous catalysis because the enzyme is in solution together with the glucose
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(Original post by golgiapparatus31)
It is a homogeneous catalysis because the enzyme is in solution together with the glucose
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