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I am doing an investigation to find the rate equation for catalase/H2O2 reaction. I know this is rate=k[h2O2][catalase] but how do I know the concentration of catalase in a certain amount of yeast(or potato)to be able to work out a value for k? Are there any standard experiments that have been done to estimate the amount of catalase present? The Michaelis-Menten equation also has 'concentration of catalase' so how can I use this without knowing how much catalase is in the potato and yeast
Re: How much catalase is in yeast? resubmission
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