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Enzyme Lab

Summary: A report on an experiment to determine how temperature affects the activity of an enzyme. The hypothesis tested is that the higher the temperature, the faster the enzyme's reaction.
Different Temperatures of Starch Solutions

Purpose: The purpose of this experiment is to see how temperature affects the enzyme reaction. Hypothesis: If the temperature of the starch solution is high, then the enzyme effect (turning starch into sugar) in the solution is to proceed fast. If the temperature of the starch solution is low, then the enzyme effect is to proceed slowly.

Prediction: The starch solution with the highest temperature will turn into sugar in the presence of enzymes the fastest. The starch solution with the lowest temperature will turn into sugar in the presence of enzymes the slowest.

Procedure

Prepare 4 test tubes, and label them giceh, groom temperatureh, g40 degree Celsiush, and gboiling waterh

Measure 5 milliliters of starch solution into all 4 of the test tubes.

Put all 4 of the test tubes in their appropriate temperatures for 5 minutes.

Add 5 milliliters of bean juice enzymes...

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