## Maximum Rate given Rate Constant and Initial Enzyme Concentration Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Maximum Rate = (Final Rate Constant*Initial Enzyme Concentration)
Vmax = (k2*[E0])
This formula uses 3 Variables
Variables Used
Maximum Rate - (Measured in Mole per Cubic Meter Second) - The Maximum Rate is defined as the maximum speed achieved by the system at saturated substrate concentration.
Final Rate Constant - (Measured in 1 Per Second) - The Final Rate Constant is the rate constant when the enzyme-substrate complex on reaction with inhibitor is converted into the enzyme catalyst and product.
Initial Enzyme Concentration - (Measured in Mole per Cubic Meter) - The Initial Enzyme Concentration is defined as the concentration of enzyme at the start of the reaction.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Final Rate Constant: 23 1 Per Second --> 23 1 Per Second No Conversion Required
Initial Enzyme Concentration: 100 Mole per Liter --> 100000 Mole per Cubic Meter (Check conversion ​here)
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
Vmax = (k2*[E0]) --> (23*100000)
Evaluating ... ...
Vmax = 2300000
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
2300000 Mole per Cubic Meter Second -->2300 Mole per Liter Second (Check conversion ​here)
2300 Mole per Liter Second <-- Maximum Rate
(Calculation completed in 00.004 seconds)
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## Maximum Rate given Rate Constant and Initial Enzyme Concentration Formula

Maximum Rate = (Final Rate Constant*Initial Enzyme Concentration)
Vmax = (k2*[E0])

## What is competitive Inhibition?

In competitive inhibition, the substrate and inhibitor cannot bind to the enzyme at the same time, as shown in the figure on the right. This usually results from the inhibitor having an affinity for the active site of an enzyme where the substrate also binds; the substrate and inhibitor compete for access to the enzyme's active site. This type of inhibition can be overcome by sufficiently high concentrations of substrate (Vmax remains constant), i.e., by out-competing the inhibitor. However, the apparent Km will increase as it takes a higher concentration of the substrate to reach the Km point, or half the Vmax. Competitive inhibitors are often similar in structure to the real substrate.

## How to Calculate Maximum Rate given Rate Constant and Initial Enzyme Concentration?

Maximum Rate given Rate Constant and Initial Enzyme Concentration calculator uses Maximum Rate = (Final Rate Constant*Initial Enzyme Concentration) to calculate the Maximum Rate, The Maximum rate given rate constant and initial enzyme concentration formula is defined as the product of the rate constant of the reaction converting enzyme-substrate intermediate to the product with the initial concentration of enzyme. Maximum Rate is denoted by Vmax symbol.

How to calculate Maximum Rate given Rate Constant and Initial Enzyme Concentration using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Maximum Rate given Rate Constant and Initial Enzyme Concentration, enter Final Rate Constant (k2) & Initial Enzyme Concentration ([E0]) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Maximum Rate given Rate Constant and Initial Enzyme Concentration calculation can be explained with given input values -> 2.3 = (23*100000).

### FAQ

What is Maximum Rate given Rate Constant and Initial Enzyme Concentration?
The Maximum rate given rate constant and initial enzyme concentration formula is defined as the product of the rate constant of the reaction converting enzyme-substrate intermediate to the product with the initial concentration of enzyme and is represented as Vmax = (k2*[E0]) or Maximum Rate = (Final Rate Constant*Initial Enzyme Concentration). The Final Rate Constant is the rate constant when the enzyme-substrate complex on reaction with inhibitor is converted into the enzyme catalyst and product & The Initial Enzyme Concentration is defined as the concentration of enzyme at the start of the reaction.
How to calculate Maximum Rate given Rate Constant and Initial Enzyme Concentration?
The Maximum rate given rate constant and initial enzyme concentration formula is defined as the product of the rate constant of the reaction converting enzyme-substrate intermediate to the product with the initial concentration of enzyme is calculated using Maximum Rate = (Final Rate Constant*Initial Enzyme Concentration). To calculate Maximum Rate given Rate Constant and Initial Enzyme Concentration, you need Final Rate Constant (k2) & Initial Enzyme Concentration ([E0]). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Final Rate Constant & Initial Enzyme Concentration and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Maximum Rate?
In this formula, Maximum Rate uses Final Rate Constant & Initial Enzyme Concentration. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
• Maximum Rate = (Initial Reaction Rate*Michaelis Constant)/Substrate Concentration
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