• anonymous
Which of the following would most likely result in the greatest decrease in the rate of a chemical reaction? Adding an enzyme inhibitor to a reaction catalyzed by an enzyme Adding an enzyme to the reaction to decrease the activation energy Decreasing the pH to create an acidic environment Increasing the temperature of the reactants
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  • anonymous
A,C and D would stop the enzyme from doing its work(speeding up the reaction).
  • blues
What an untidy and ambiguous question. Which is not your fault. It depends on how much you increase the temp of the reactants or how much you decrease the pH of the solution. Bronze is correct on that score.

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