Enzymes

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  • As temperature increases the rate of reaction increases and reaches an optimum point. This is the point where the rate of reaction is maximum.
  • Each enzyme has got its own optimum pH value.
  • Presence of an enzyme facilitates the reaction.
  • Enzymes

    1. 1. ENZYMES Enzymes are the biological catalysts which speed up the chemical reaction without getting consumed.
    2. 2. THE REACTION Enz Product-1 Product-2 Substrate Enzyme The substrate is broken down into product due to enzymatic action. . . . Enzyme can be re-used.
    3. 3. PROPERTIES OF ENZYMESThey are specific in natureThey are proteinsThey have got an optimum temperatureThey have got an optimum pH
    4. 4. FACTORS AFFECTING THE RATE OF REACTIONTemperatureEnzyme concentrationSubstrate concentrationpH
    5. 5. TEMPERATURE AND RATE OF ENZYMEREACTION
    6. 6. PH AND RATE OF ENZYMEREACTION
    7. 7. SPECIFICITY OF PH FOR ANENZYMES
    8. 8. ENERGY OF ACTIVATION (PRESENCE & ABSENCEOF AN ENZYME)

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