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Enzyme catalysis

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Enzyme catalysis is the increase in the rate of a chemical reaction by the active site of a protein. The protein catalyst (enzyme) may be part of a multi-subunit ...

Enzymes Are Catalysts - CliffsNotes

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Enzymes and chemical catalysts both affect the rate but not the equilibrium constant of a chemical reaction. Reactions proceed downhill energetically, in accord ...

Catalyst vs Enzyme - Difference and Comparison | Diffen

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What's the difference between Catalyst and Enzyme? Enzymes and catalysts both affect the rate of a reaction. In fact, all known enzymes are catalysts, but not all ...

BBC - GCSE Bitesize: Biological catalysts

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A secondary school revision resource for Edexcel Additional GCSE Science about enzymes, denatured enzymes and biological catalysts.

Enzymes Facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles ...

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Enzymes are biological catalysts, or chemicals that speed up the rate of reaction between substances without themselves being consumed in the reaction.

Introduction to enzymes and catalysis | Chemical processes | Khan ...

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Dec 9, 2013 ... Let's explore what enzymes are, and how they can affect a reaction. The most important affect you need to know is its ability to "catalyze" the ...

Enzymes - Biology Encyclopedia - cells, body, function, human ...

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Enzymes are incredibly efficient and highly specific biological catalysts . In fact, the human body would not exist without enzymes because the chemical ...

Enzyme function as biological catalysts - Microtack

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How Do Enzymes Function? Enzymes are "biological catalysts." "Biological" means the substance in question is produced or is derived from some living ...

Chemistry for Biologists: Enzymes

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Enzymes are very efficient catalysts for biochemical reactions. They speed up reactions by providing an alternative reaction pathway of lower activation energy.

Speeding up reactions: biological vs. chemical catalysts - Scientific ...

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Jan 12, 2014 ... Rather than being metals with fast-and-loose electrons, biological catalysts are large complex molecules called enzymes, which contain ...

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What is the difference between an enzyme and a catalyst? - Quora

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The answers here are excellent, but I'd like to stress one very important point about catalysis: enzymes are biological catalysts, meaning that they are composed ...

Enzymes: The Biological Catalysts of Life - eolss

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Enzymes, the biological catalysts are highly specific, catalyzing a single chemical reaction or a very few closely related reactions. The exact structure of.