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    1 6 10 Enzymes, Day 3 1 6 10 Enzymes, Day 3 Presentation Transcript

    • LAUNCH
      • Guess whether the following household items are acidic or basic and predict what their actual pH is.
      • 1. Clorox Bleach
      • 2. Lemon Juice
      • 3. Mouthwash
      • 4. Vinegar
      • 5. Ammonia
      • 6. Baking Soda
    • Answer
      • Clorox Bleach, 12.6
      • STRONG BASE!
    • Answer
      • Lemon Juice, 2.3
      • STRONG ACID!!!
    • Answer
      • Mouthwash, 4.1
      • Weak acid
    • Answer
      • Vinegar, 3
      • Strong Acid
    • Answer
      • Ammonia, 10
      • Strong Base!!!
    • Answer
      • Baking Soda, 8.4
      • Weak Base
    • Enzymes, Day 3
    • Enzymes are proteins
      • Changing the pH or temperature of the enzyme is the best way to stop it
      • If we effect an enzyme so that it doesn’t work, what happens to the chemical reaction?
            • A. It speeds up
            • B. It slows down
            • C. It stops
            • D. Nothing happens to the reaction
    • What happens when it gets hot?
      • Just like a plastic tape dispenser can’t work when it is melted, enzymes can’t work if they get too hot and are “melted”
      • We call this “ denatured ”
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