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How does this Enzyme effect on this Biochemical Reaction Purpose The purpose of this lab was to discover the effects that certain enzymes have on chemical reactions Were studying organic chemistry specifically cells and proteins The building blocks for proteins are enzymes and what better way to understand how they work than to watch them catalyze a reaction Hypothesis None really just that we predict reactions in all of the test tubes except in test tube four where you sprinkle sand into the Hydrogen Peroxide Materials Scalpel Manganese Dioxide Powder Forceps Liver Sand Mortar and Pestle Beaker Potato Fresh Boiling Water 10 Test Tubes Test Tube Stand Wood Splints Graduated Cylinder Hydrogen Peroxide Procedure First we took all 10 test tubes and arranged then as they were number 1 to 9 Then in test tube one we measured 2ml of water into the first test tube For all of the others we put 2ml of Hydrogen Peroxide Then in each of the test tubes we did the following Test Tube One Sprinkled a pinch of Manganese Dioxide Powder Test Tube Two A small Piece of Fresh Liver Test Tube Three A Small amount of sand Test Tube Five Grounded up liver and sand Test Tube Six boiled liver Test Tube Seven boiled Manganese Dioxide Powder and Water Test Tube Eight Potato Test Tube Nine Potato and Sand Data Test Tube Observations on Reactions 1Bubbled turned black for about 2 or 3 seconds 2Bubbled much higher than the first one for 10 seconds 3Carbonated bubbled and filled almost the entire tube for 212 seconds 4No Reaction 5Carbonated about halfway up the test tube lasted for 12 seconds 6Liver turned green bubbled half way up the tube 7Turned Black left residue 8Fizzed for 2min and 45 sec 9Carbonated Slowly for 52 seconds
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