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A solution of the enzyme amylase was added to a solution of starch and kept at 25C. The starch was broken down by hydrolysis. Explain how you would determine the rate of hydrolysis.

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    haha. Doing the same quest here

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    AKU TAU. HAHA!

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    PERFORM BENEDICT TEST. ATU CLUE NYA. FOR INTERVALS OF TIME PERFORM THE BENEDICT TEST. TAKE SAMPLES FOR EXAMPLE 1 MINUTE AND USE CALORIMETER TO FIND INTENSITY.

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    then plot graph. the rate of hydrolysis is found from the gradient.

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