The clip taken for the solution bit by bit decreased. at one point it started increasing. so finally the solution did non turn white at all at 100?C. During the experiment I noticed that at room temperature the solution turned from pink to white rather slow but so as the temperature increased it turned faster. The clip taken for the solution bit by bit decreased. at one point it started increasing. so finally the solution did non turn white at all at 100?C.
Table of processed informations of experiment to demo the consequence of temperature on enzyme activity
Graph of mean clip taken ( s ) against temperature ( ?C )
Decision of experiment to demo the consequence of temperature on enzyme activity Temperature has an consequence on enzyme activity. As temperature additions. enzyme activity increases doing it work faster. The enzyme activity additions till an optimal temperature is reached. from so the activity of the enzyme decreases as farther addition in temperature starts to denature the enzyme. Enzyme activity will finally halt when it gets wholly denatured. This is apparent in this experiment. at room temperature ( 21?C ) the enzyme was able to interrupt down the fat in the milk ( turning the solution from pink to white ) rather slow. when a higher temperature. 40?C was used the reaction happened faster than it did at room temperature.
As the temperature used was increased to 60?C the reaction happened slower. due to a lessening in enzyme activity because the enzyme easy started to denature. When the temperature used was further increased to 80?C. the reaction happened even slower than it happened at 60?C. this was due to farther denaturing of the enzyme. At 100?C the reaction did non go on at all. this is because the enzyme was wholly denatured at this temperature and was non able to interrupt down the fat in the milk a tall. At 40?C. the enzyme was working at its optimal i. e. the enzyme worked the quickest at this temperature.
The room temperature was 21?C alternatively of 20?C because the room was hot due to the different temperatures of the different H2O baths. |We should hold left the Windowss open while heating the H2O baths. So as to let the heat from the H2O baths flight through the window so the room temperature would hold been stable. The H2O baths were non acquiring the milk and the enzyme to the right temperature. We should hold used single H2O baths instead than communal 1s. | So that we could supervise them more closely and adjust the temperatures ourselves when needed. | We were judging the color alteration of the solution by what we could see which may non be accurate. | We could hold used a calorimeter to look into the coloring material alteration. | This would hold been more accurate at observing the coloring material alteration.