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I've just done an experiment on how long it takes an enzyme to react on starch in seconds. If I were to calculate rate for this experiment, would it be:
rate = 1 / time
the units would be seconds^-1 (s^-1)
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well, wouldn't it have to be how many substrate molecules you can react per unit of time?
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