8. The hypothetical elementary reaction 2A-B+C has a rate constant of 10-6 Ms. What isthe reaction velocity when the concentration of A is 10 mM?9. Calculate K and Vmax from the following data (use the Lineweaver Burk Plot)ISI (uM) vo (mM s1)0.10.20.40.81.60.340.530.740.911.0410. Enzyme A catalyzes the reaction S--P and has a Km of 50 μΜ and a Vmax of 100 nM-s-1Enzyme B catalyzes the reaction S-Q and has a Km of 5 mM and a Vmax of 120 nM s. When100 μΜ of S is added to a mixture containing equivalent amounts of enzymes A and B, after 1minute which reaction product will be more abundant: P or Q?

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8. The hypothetical elementary reaction 2A-B+C has a rate constant of 10-6 Ms. What is
the reaction velocity when the concentration of A is 10 mM?
9. Calculate K and Vmax from the following data (use the Lineweaver Burk Plot)
ISI (uM) vo (mM s1)
0.1
0.2
0.4
0.8
1.6
0.34
0.53
0.74
0.91
1.04
10. Enzyme A catalyzes the reaction S--P and has a Km of 50 μΜ and a Vmax of 100 nM-s-1
Enzyme B catalyzes the reaction S-Q and has a Km of 5 mM and a Vmax of 120 nM s. When
100 μΜ of S is added to a mixture containing equivalent amounts of enzymes A and B, after 1
minute which reaction product will be more abundant: P or Q?
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8. The hypothetical elementary reaction 2A-B+C has a rate constant of 10-6 Ms. What is the reaction velocity when the concentration of A is 10 mM? 9. Calculate K and Vmax from the following data (use the Lineweaver Burk Plot) ISI (uM) vo (mM s1) 0.1 0.2 0.4 0.8 1.6 0.34 0.53 0.74 0.91 1.04 10. Enzyme A catalyzes the reaction S--P and has a Km of 50 μΜ and a Vmax of 100 nM-s-1 Enzyme B catalyzes the reaction S-Q and has a Km of 5 mM and a Vmax of 120 nM s. When 100 μΜ of S is added to a mixture containing equivalent amounts of enzymes A and B, after 1 minute which reaction product will be more abundant: P or Q?

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By plotting 1/[V0] versus 1/[S] we get a straight line shown below,

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