t Paté at which a chemical reaction approaches equilibrium relative to its uncatalyzed rate. It makes a reaction thermodynamically favorable. 2. What is the relationship between the rate of an enzyme-catalyzed reaction and the rate of the corresponding uncatalyzed reaction? Do enzymes enhance the rates of slow uncatalyzed reactions as much as they enhance the rates of fast uncatalyzed reactions? 3. Which type of enzyme (Table 11-2) catalyzes the following reactions? coo coo (b) CO0 CH3 CH ahla 11 entalwzee the fallowing reactions? (next nage

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t Paté at which a chemical reaction approaches equilibrium relative to its
uncatalyzed rate.
It makes a reaction thermodynamically favorable.
2. What is the relationship between the rate of an enzyme-catalyzed reaction and the rate of the
corresponding uncatalyzed reaction? Do enzymes enhance the rates of slow uncatalyzed
reactions as much as they enhance the rates of fast uncatalyzed reactions?
3.
Which type of enzyme (Table 11-2) catalyzes the following reactions?
coo
coo
(b) CO0
CH3
CH
ahla 11
entalwzee the fallowing reactions? (next nage

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t Paté at which a chemical reaction approaches equilibrium relative to its uncatalyzed rate. It makes a reaction thermodynamically favorable. 2. What is the relationship between the rate of an enzyme-catalyzed reaction and the rate of the corresponding uncatalyzed reaction? Do enzymes enhance the rates of slow uncatalyzed reactions as much as they enhance the rates of fast uncatalyzed reactions? 3. Which type of enzyme (Table 11-2) catalyzes the following reactions? coo coo (b) CO0 CH3 CH ahla 11 entalwzee the fallowing reactions? (next nage

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