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Answer to Question #5706 in Biochemistry for SHAGUFTA PARVEEN

Question #5706
EXPLAIN HOW ENZYMES LOWER THE ACTIVATION ENERGY OF A REACTION
Expert's answer
The activation energy of a reaction is lowed with 2 ways:
1) Entropic
catalysis: an enzyme binds 2 substrates in the special orientation against an
active center of the enzyme.
2) Enthalpy catalysis: Before the covalent
bonds rebuilding of the substrates it appears an intermediate-compound, to which
the enzymes is more related. It provides lower activation energy.

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