Carbon Compounds and Chem Reactions and Enzymes

Reaction energy releasing reaction activation energy

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Unformatted text preview: Reactants Reactants Go to Section: Products Figure 2-19 Chemical Reactions Chemical Reactions Energy-Absorbing Reaction Energy-Releasing Reaction Activation energy Products Activation energy Reactants Reactants Go to Section: Products Figure 2-21 Enzyme Action Enzyme (hexokinase) Glucose Substrates Products ADP Glucose-6phosphate Products are released ATP Active site Enzyme-substrate complex Substrates are converted into products Go to Section: Substrates bind to enzyme Figure 2-21 Enzyme Action Enzyme (hexokinase) Glucose Substrates Products ADP Glucose-6phosphate Products are released ATP Active site Enzyme-substrate complex Substrates are converted into products Go to Section: Substrates bind to enzyme Enzyme (hexokinase) Glucose Substrates Products ADP Glucose-6phosphate Products are released ATP Active site Enzyme-substrate complex Substrates are converted into products Go to Section: Substrates bind to enzyme Enzyme (hexokinase) Glucose Substrates Products ADP Glucose-6phosphate Products are released ATP Active site Enzyme-substrate complex Substrates are converted into products Go to Section: Substrates bind to enzyme Factors Affecting the Rate of Enzyme Action • • • • Enzyme Concentration Substrate Concentration pH Temp Temperature and enzyme action • Enzymes work best at certain temperatures • When temp is low reaction rate is slower – Molecules are moving slower • When temp is high reaction rate is higher – Molecules are mo...
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