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The Reason Why Sliced Apples Turn Brown

The Reason Why Sliced Apples Turn Brown



Have you ever wondered why apples turn brown as soon as you slice them open? In science, this undesirable change in apples is called enzymatic browning. Enzymatic browning is an oxidation reaction in foods that turns them color brown. And yup— oxygen. This phenomenon affects mostly fruits and vegetables (this occurs in some seafood too!)



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