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Para_phrenic88

  • one year ago

Under which of the following conditions would a chemical reaction most likely proceed at the fastest rate? Adding an enzyme to decrease the activation energy of the reaction Decreasing temperature to prevent products from becoming denatured Adding an inhibitor to prevent enzymes from interfering with the reaction Increasing pH to decrease the acidity of the reactants

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  1. happykiddo
    • one year ago
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  2. tafkas77
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    Hello, there, @happykiddo I should warn you, you're not supposed to just give the answers. It's part of OS code. There are moderators on this site all the time, checking to make sure that people are following the rules. If you don't, your OS account can be suspended. I get that you were trying to help (hey, I've done it before, too, before I realized I was breaking the OS rules). You should be careful, and follow the OS rules! I don't want you to get into trouble! :)

  3. Bobz216
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    Think, what do enzymes do for the body? If an enzyme is denatured, what cannot be done for the reaction? Enzymes _____ reactions, making them _____. Think about it, why would enzymes be used if they made needed reactions slower?

  4. tafkas77
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    @happykiddo ^^ That's what I'm talking about. See what Bobz216 just did? Try to encourage the asker and give them the pieces to the solution, not just the answer. That way, they'll actually be learning, and they'll be more likely to remember what you helped them to learn on, say, an SAT (where there's no OS to fall back on!!!). ;) @Bobz216 You did great, although you might want to make sure that the asker understands terms like "denaturation" before asking what would happen if an enzyme were denatured. :)

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