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Reversible reactions are reactions where the products are able to react themselves into the reactants.
At the beginning of the reaction, there will be more reactants than products. But as the reaction goes on the amount of reactants will be decreasing and the amount of products will be increasing. So after a period of time, the amount of products and reactants will be the same and stay at this level.
Because the products are able to react back into the reactants, there will be no change in the amount of products and reactants. The rates of reaction for the forward and backward reaction are the same which means that the reaction has reached an equilibrium.see more
Enzymes are not able to function properly at all temperatures and the optimum temperature is the temperature at which the enzyme works the best at.
If the temperature is too cold, the rate of reaction is very slow due to a lack of kinetic enery.So as the temperature increases the enzyme is able to function better.
However if the tempertaure is too hot, this can cause the intermolecular bonds in the enzyme to break. This can change the specialised shape of the enzyme which causes the enzyme to denature.see more