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Enzymes

If enzymes could not be used during a reaction, what could be added to a system to make the reaction occur faster?
Question asked by: adl273

Asked on: 18 Nov 2008

It depends on what the reaction is.

It could be catalysts or enzymes that do speed up the reaction, or a stronger concentration of the reagants, heat to speed it up, pressure to speed it up, and more besides.

By: knowitall
Replied at: 23 Nov 2008
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