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    the substrate concentration increases so does the rate of reaction. The catalysing of enzymes involves molecular movement of the substrate and enzymes in an aqueous solution. Therefore the substrate and enzymes are moving randomly within the solution (Brownian motion). By increasing the concentration of the substrate particles the rate of reaction is increased as the substrate is much more likely to find an active site. This results in more reactions occurring which then produces more product…

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    speed up the rate of virtually all of the chemical reactions that take place within cells. They are vital for life and serve a wide range of important functions in the body, such as aiding in digestion and metabolism. Some enzymes help break large molecules into smaller pieces that are more easily absorbed by the body. Other enzymes help bind two molecules together to produce a new molecule. Enzymes are highly selective catalysts, meaning that each enzyme only speeds up a specific reaction. The…

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    out how rate of reactions are affected by volume affects and determine which chemical affects the solution rate of reaction. Temperature was also a factor in discovering how it will affect the speed of the reaction. This was done by gathering certain chemicals and mixing them into a test tube then recording how long it took to change color. Temperature was tested by placing the test tube in ice water over a hot plate and slowlying increasing the temperature. Sodium thiosulfate slows the rate of…

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    I predict that the higher the temperature of the solution the faster the reaction will take place because the particles will collide more when the temperature rises. The aim of this experiment was to test if the temperature affects the rate of reaction between hypo and dilute hydrochloric acid? How does temperature affect the rate of reaction between hypo and dilute hydrochloric acid? The kinetic particle theory explains the properties of different states of matter. The particles in solids,…

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    The table below shows what colour the solution has turned after Amylase solution and Benedict’s solution has been added to Starch solution at different temperatures. The tests were completed three times each temperature to find an average. This graph resembles the results from the table above. Making it obvious to observe the unexpected results as the temperatures 2, 20 and 27 remained blue then 37 degrees changed to green and 60 degrees changed to orange. This experiment was carried out to…

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    To start with, the moderately high reaction rate contrasted and other longitudinal studies includes a level of significant outside legitimacy to the particular populace examined. Second, the three sorts of part stressors were measured at the same time and were inspected at two separate times…

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    Results: At the start of the experiment, the initial flow rate was established as 20 ml min-1. This means that there is a steady flow of fluid or blood in your body (in this case, water) at a rate of 20ml min-1. In order to find the final concentration of the Eosin (2,5 mg ml-1) in the “blood” after 60 minutes a calibration curve had to be created by making up seven different solutions of eosin (11,25 μg ml-1) and water to compare it against their absorbance that was calculated in a…

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    mineral-fluid exchange in each reactor, quantify the rate of exchange and evaluate the impact of short-term exchange on geochemical proxies. Foraminiferal calcite is the foundation of many proxy-based reconstruction. Hence, understanding the mechanism of exchange and determination of rate of mineral-fluid exchange in foraminiferal calcite are critical for accurate estimation of the extent of post-formational alterations on carbonate-based proxies. The reaction rates estimated in most of the…

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    Methyl Red Lab Report

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    surface charge of both the dyes molecules and functional groups of adsorbent. More absorption capacity is well worked on 4 & 6 pH. As the pH is increases, however, the overall surface charge on the cells will become positive, which will promote reaction with Methyl Red as an anionic dye through electrostatic forces of attraction. At pH 2 ,the removal capacity is low due the structure of methyl red and iron particles. It has greater tendency to attract them and corroision starts…

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    Chemical Reaction Lab

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    The Rate of Chemical Reaction and the Factors Affecting Reaction Rates The purpose of these labs is to investigate and determine how three factors- concentration, temperature, and a catalyst- affect the rate of a chemical reaction. In the first lab, “Rate of Chemical Reaction,” 1 x 8-well micro strips were used to combine a potassium iodate solution and a sodium meta-bisulfite solution under different conditions; each trial was timed from the point of the first visible reaction until the last…

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