Chemistry HELP

Not all enzymes have an optimum temp of around 40 degrees celcius. Find out where reactions involving enzymes:

would take place at very high temperatures

would take place at very low temperatures

i've tried looking on the internet, but I get a lot of results on how high and low temperatures effect enzymes in general. If you could help me that would be greatly appreciated!

Thank you!

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  2. The above site lists a specific enzyme. I'm not sure this source lists the actual enzyme for low T. If not, go to and type in low temperature enzymes. (By the way, note the correct spelling of Celsius.)

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