To carefully describe the relationship between the rate of reaction and the temperature, a graph of these two variables is plotted. It can clearly be seen that the rate of reaction gradually increases as the temperature is increase. This is best explained by the principles of chemical kinetics. The increase in temperature results in an increase in the kinetic energy of the molecules. Consequently, these molecules are able to move faster and the probability of collusion with other molecules is increased.
Clen functions in a straight forward manner. Beta 2 receptors found inside the body will get stimulated. This will increase metabolic rate of the body. It allows to burn more calories. It will increase the muscle mass from occurring in a PCT cycle and also with the majority of tissue loss coming from fat cells.
When taking into account of the sources of error this data, and smaller sample size, many things contribute to increasing the large data spread of error. If the dilution was not done correctly there would be a higher salivary amylase concentration. There were not many protocols securing more variables. There was no way of securing the same quality of saliva from all participants, or fixing the variables that may increase or decrease the salivary amylase production due to nutrient intake within that day of testing. If one had a large starchy meal that morning, values of amylase concentrations may have increased due to an increase in need of digestive enzymes.
The activity of an enzyme is affected by its environmental factors, and any change results in an alteration in the rate of the reaction caused by the enzyme (2). Naturally, the enzymes are adjusted by producing optimum rates of reaction or they adapt to function well in extreme conditions (2). Temperature, pH, and enzyme and substrate concentration all affect enzyme activity. The rate of reaction of an enzyme catalyzed reaction is affected by the difference in enzyme and substrate concentration. Increasing substrate and enzyme concentration will increase the rate of the reaction because more substrate molecules will be colliding with enzyme molecules, resulting in products being formed (1).
Finally the hexane layer was washed with 100 ml water and then evaporated to dryness with a vacuum rotary evaporator. The concentrated extract was then passed through a chromatographic column (30 cm x 10 mm i.d) containing 2 g florisil (lower) and 1 g sodium sulphate (upper) which is pre wetted with hexane: acetone (1:1). OCPs were eluted with 25 ml hexane: acetone (1:1).The solvent was evaporated using rotary evaporator and final volume was adjusted to 5 ml, which is used for GC analysis. All the sediments were analyzed for HCH and
Thus, a warming of the surface increases atmospheric humidity and because water vapor itself is a greenhouse gas, this leads to additional warming. To put it another way, as temperature rises, evaporation increases and more water vapor accumulates in the atmosphere. Water vapor as a green house gas absorbs more heat, further warming the air and causing more evaporation. Water vapor is a positive feedback because it amplifies the initial warming. The effects of the water vapor feedback are considered to be fast feedbacks because they occur rapidly in response to a change in surface temperature and therefore its impact on energy in and energy out are nearly instantaneous.
I concluded that as pH increases, the enzyme’s rate of reaction increases as well. For example, this is illustrated in the data by the fact that the liver at pH 9 released over 1000 more mL of oxygen than the liver at pH level 1. This also aligns with my expected results, because I predicted that pH would cause rate of reaction to increase. The rate of reaction increases along a curve, suggesting rate of reaction increases faster than pH increases. Also, the data shows that there is a very large difference between the amounts of oxygen released by the varying pHs, even though the difference in pH is not so great.
In reference to Table 1 and Table 2, the results was evident enough to identify the patterns and the trends when it came to using the temperature as an independent variable. The results predicted a trend that the higher the temperature, the higher the rate of reaction is. Whereas, the lower the temperature slowed down the rate of reaction. The trend states that the higher the temperature correlates to a higher rate of
1. Label each well of a tissue culture treated 6-well plate appropriately for each cell line or condition being investigated. 2. Prepare 2x cell culture medium by dissolving 1 g of powder medium and 0.2 g of sodium bicarbonate in de-ionized water to a final volume of 50 ml. 3.
In a separate beaker, 10-3 M of synthesized SB was dissolved in 10 ml DMF. The two solutions were mixed together under stirring and resulting yellow precipitate solution was transferred to a sonochemical bath. After 60 minutes of sonochemical treatment, the resulting CdS precipitate was collected, filtered, washed with double distilled water and absolute ethanol several times to remove the unreacted chemicals, and finally dried in an oven at 80oC for 5hours. Similar procedure was adopted to synthesize uncapped CdS