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College Kinetics and Equilibrium Questions

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College Kinetics and Equilibrium
Temperature goes up, pressure goes up.
  1. Boyle's Law
  2. Charles' Law
  3. Dalton's Law
  4. Gay-Lussac's Law
College Kinetics and Equilibrium
Pressure increases, gas volume will decrease
  1. Gay-Lussac's Law
  2. Boyle's Law
  3. Dalton's Law
  4. Charles' Law
College Kinetics and Equilibrium
Temperature increases, volume will increase.
  1. Boyle's Law
  2. Gay-Lussac's Law
  3. Charles' Law
  4. Dalton's Law
College Kinetics and Equilibrium
Which of the following correctly explains the graph showing Michaelis-Menten kinetics below?
Enzyme Kinetics
  1. As [S] decreases, the rate increases towards [math]V_max[/math].
  2. As [S] increases, the enzyme loses substrate and the rate increases towards [math]V_max[/math].
  3. As [S] decreases, the enzyme becomes saturated with substrate and the rate increases towards [math]V_max[/math].
  4. As [S] increases, the enzyme becomes saturated with substrate substrate and the rate increases towards [math]V_max[/math].
College Kinetics and Equilibrium
Total Pressure= P1+P2+P3+Pn; mixture of gases.
  1. Dalton's Law
  2. Boyle's Law
  3. Gay-Lussac's Law
  4. Charles' Law
College Kinetics and Equilibrium
If E is the enzyme, S is the substrate, ES is an enzyme-substrate complex, and P is the product, then which of the following reactions represent enzyme catalysis?
  1. [math]E + S harr ES rarr P + E[/math]
  2. [math]E + S harr P + E[/math]
  3. [math]ES rarr P + E[/math]
  4. [math]ES harr E + S -> P + E[/math]
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