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Enzyme on Hydrochloric Acid and Yeast
The effect of substrate concentration on the rate of reaction of the enzyme catalyses.
To measure the rate of reaction by looking at the amount of oxygen given off when a yeast culture b is added to different concentrations of hydrogen peroxide
An enzyme is a biological catalyst. They speed up the rate of a reaction however they are not affected themselves whilst doing this, this is why they are catalysts. Enzymes are made to be specific, this means that they can have only one substrate that they will work on. …
- Enzyme on Hydrochloric Acid and Yeast
- Enzyme-Controlled Reaction, Factors That Affect the Chemical Structure and Properties of the Enzyme
- To Investigate the Effect of Temperature Changes to the Activity of Enzyme Catalyses
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