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Do enzyme reactions ever reach vmax? Why or why not?

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Do enzyme reactions ever reach vmax? Why or why not?

Enzymes:

Enzymes are protein catalysts. They are important for all living things to be able to speed up chemical reactions, which is necessary to sustain life.

Answer and Explanation:

Enzyme catalyzed reactions do reach Vmax, the maximum velocity at which a reaction can proceed. To understand Vmax, consider the analogy of a...

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