Enzymes

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  • Jimmy:  Enzymes can denature through pH because:
  • Hey Jimmy, Did you know that enzymes can denature?
  • Hi Katherine, In fact I did know that enzymes can denature. I know 1 way, and that is temperature.
  • Katherine: Yes, enzymes can denature through temperature by:
  • 92 Degrees Fahrenheit 
  • - When the enzyme is exposed to high temperature, it will work faster to balance the temperature and then eventually start to denature. -When an enzyme is exposed to low temperature, the enzyme will start slow down and denature.
  • 24 Degrees Fahrenheit
  • Yes, that is correct! There is another way for enzymes to denature which is the level of pH.
  • Yes, that is correct! But there is another way that enzymes can denature and it is the amount of pH. 
  • When the pH level is lower than 7, the item is considered of having more acid. When the pH level is more than 7, then the item is considered an alkaline or a basic. The number 7 is the neutral number. 
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  • Wow! I learned a lot today about enzymes! Thanks Jimmy for teaching me more.
  • Your very welcome!
  • Now you know 2 ways on how enzymes can denature. Just as a reminder, they are (1) Temperature and (2) the amount of pH.
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