Question is to be edited. What isreactions.......Not reactions it has to be reactants.
Reactants are those which come into reaction and products are those the outcome of such reaction.
CH4 + 2 O2 gives CO2 + H2O CH4 , O2 are reactants. CO2 , H2O are products.
Enzymes facilitate chemical reactions by acting as catalysts, which means they increase the rate of the reaction without being consumed or permanently altered themselves. The specific reactions and products depend on the enzyme and the substrate (the molecule the enzyme acts upon).
Enzymes can catalyze a wide range of reactions, including:
Metabolic Reactions: Enzymes are involved in the breakdown (catabolism) and synthesis (anabolism) of molecules in metabolic pathways. For example, the enzyme amylase catalyzes the breakdown of starch into glucose.
Digestive Reactions: Enzymes in the digestive system help break down large food molecules into smaller, more easily absorbable molecules. For instance, the enzyme protease breaks down proteins into amino acids, while lipase breaks down fats into fatty acids and glycerol.
Cellular Signaling Reactions: Enzymes are involved in cellular signaling pathways, where they modify or activate proteins to transmit signals within cells. One example is protein kinases, which add phosphate groups to proteins to regulate their activity.
The products of enzymatic reactions depend on the specific substrate and enzyme involved. Generally, enzymes facilitate reactions by either breaking down complex molecules into simpler ones (catabolic reactions) or building complex molecules from simpler ones (anabolic reactions). The products can include smaller molecules, such as sugars, amino acids, and fatty acids, or larger molecules like DNA, RNA, and proteins.
It's important to note that enzymes are highly specific in their action and typically work on specific substrates. The active site of the enzyme, a region where the substrate binds, is complementary in shape and chemical properties to the substrate, allowing for selective interactions and catalysis.
I apologize for the confusion earlier. Since you have not provided any specific information about the reactions you are referring to, I'll provide some general examples of reactions and their products:
Reaction: Fuel (e.g., hydrocarbon) + oxygen -> carbon dioxide + water + energy
Reaction: Acid + base -> salt + water
Reaction: Soluble salt + soluble salt -> insoluble salt (precipitate) + aqueous solution
Reaction: Oxidizing agent + reducing agent -> oxidized product + reduced product
The 'reactions' , should read REACTANTS, are the starting materials of a reaction. The products are the the materials that are formed by the reaction.
Why do we not put a strong base (alkaline)in a burette
Carbon dioxide will be a product. APEX: These reactions are always redoxx reactions. The products will always be carbon dioxide and water.
Allergic reactions to chemicals in products.
2Ag2O -> 4Ag + O2
They are the products of the reactions between ammonium hydroxide and acids.
Equilibrium expressions cannot be written for complete reactions, because you have to have the forward rate, as well as a reverse rate. Complete reactions do not have reverse rates, because they become complete, and all of the reactants are used up. Complete reactions only produce products, and the products don't produce reactants. word count for answer: 52
all reactions are different. therefore, different amounts of products are produced.
The products of light-dependent reactions are used in light-independent reactions.
Salts are the products of reactions between acids an bases (neutralization reactions).
ATP and NADPH2
Basically, the light-trapping reactions trap sunlight within them. The products of these reactions are glucose and chlorophyll. These products are coupled to the synthesis of carbohydrates because when carbohydrates are synthesized, glucose is created. Both reactions have a product of glucose. This is how they are related/coupled.
it is making two products. Those are NADPH and ATP.
Anabolic reactions form organs and tissues of the body.
Salts are the products of the reactions between acids and bases (neutralization reactions).
All around as, natural or artificial, are chemical products; and chemical products are the result of chemical reactions. The life is an extremely complex set of chemical reactions.
Salts are the products of reactions between acids and bases (but can be also the products of other reactions).Choose a reaction when the product is insoluble in water.
The chemical products are oxygen, ATP, and NADPH.