Introduction and aimsEnzymes are biological globular proteins that catalysis the rate of biological reactions. They speed up the rate of many biological reactions which otherwise would take ages to completion if in the absence of the enzymes. An enzyme is made of amino acids hence protein in nature. The reaction catalyzed by the enzymes are reversible reactions .enzyme are never used up nor take part in the reaction as active metabolites but only speeds up the time taken to reach into the equilibrium of the equation. Enzymes have a high turnover point and also specific in their reaction to the reaction they catalyse. Enzyme kinetics analysis the rates and factor affecting the rate of enzymes activities on the enzymes on the substrates. This can be investigated under varying conditions under which the reaction takes place.Factor affecting the rates of the enzymatic reactions includes substrates and enzymes concentrations, temperature, Ph., inhibitors and the presence of modulators. Inorganic pyrophosphates, named as EC 184.108.40.206, catalysis the hydrolysis of pyrophosphate (PPI) that proceeds as a bio product in many biochemical synthesis utilization ATP as the source of energy. The enzyme splits a pyrophosphate molecule two form two phosphate ions in presence of divalent metal cations and in a highly exergonic reaction .pyrophosphatese acts as phosphoryl group donor The enzyme pyrophosphatase has critical roles in the living organism. The enzyme plays an essential role in lipid metabolism, DNA metabolism, in the formation of bones and neuron growth due to its exergonic nature, it is associated with various types of cancers and tumours such as ovarian, lung and brain cancer.in fatty acid metabolism, a molecule ATP reacts with fatty acids to form acyl adenylate. The aim of this experiment is to study enzyme kinetics of the enzyme pyrophosphates using pyrophosphates and acid molybdenum the experiment analysis the time taken to get complete the reaction under different reacting conditions. The experiment will revolve around the effects of enzyme concentration, temperature and Ph.Acidified ammonium molybdenum is used is used to intensively in the analytical chemistry to identify the presence of the various compound. It can be quantitively be used to determine the presence of pyrophosphate in a colour reaction. Pyrophosphate is highly reduced by blue molybdate acid and its compounds. In presence of metal cations, the reaction will proceed with the formation of blue colour. The intensity of the blue colour can be measured by absorbance this will greatly aid in the aim of analyzing the pyrophosphates activity through the condition of enzyme concentration, Ph. and temperature.Material and method In preparation of the standard curve, different phosphate concentration was used to react with constant 2.5 ml of molybdate acid for ten minutes for the blue colour to form. The intensity of the colour was measured at 620 nm .the blank solution was prepared the same way as reagent solution but lacked phosphate.In investigating the effect of enzyme concentration, different amount of pyrophosphate enzyme was added. Magnesium chloride and triethanolamine buffer were used. On the effect of Ph, the experiment was carried at varying ph. condition .other factor was kept constant but the buffer solution not included.in investigating the temperature activity, the experiment was carried at different temperature conditions but previous factors held constant.Result presentationTable 1 effect on enzyme concentrationTable 2 effect on PhTable 3 effect on temperatureFigure 1 graph on effect of enzyme concentration on enzyme activityFigure 2; graph on the effect of Ph on enzyme activityFigure 3; effect of temperature on the effect of enzyme activityDiscussion Enzyme activity is affected by the various factors of enzyme concentration, ph. and temperature. The amount of enzyme concentration present affect the rate of a catalytic reaction with an increase of the reaction with the increasing substrates concentration and lowering the rate with a decrease of enzyme concentration. The enzyme catalyzes the reaction by binding to the substrate active site. Increasing the enzyme concentration increasing the chance s of enzyme combining with the substrate to form the product and the free enzymes. However increase of the enzyme concentration suppressing the substrate concentration can cause further increase causing the enzyme concentration the limiting factor in the reaction.Temperature affects the rate of enzyme catalyzes the reaction by interfering with the enzyme. Temperature interferes with the stability of the bonds holding the enzymes together. Temperature also affects the kinetic energy of the reaction molecules hence affecting the rate of collision and reaction. The different enzyme works best at certain optimum temperature conditions. Increase in temperature increases the rate of enzymatic reaction until an optimum point after which the rate lowers. The decrease in temperature also reduces the rate of enzymatic reaction. Since the enzyme is protein in nature, increase in temperatures beyond the optimum points completely destroys the arrangement and organization of the enzyme structure hence denaturing it. When temperatures also go below the optimum, it affects the structure of the enzyme rendering it inactive, however, an increase in temperature will activate the enzyme to normal working.Ph is also a factor affecting the rate of enzymatic reaction. Increase in Ph increases the rate of enzymatic reaction until an optimum point is reached, after which, further increase in the Ph ionic strength slower the rate of chemical reaction. Each group of the enzyme have their optimum Ph working condition. Their enzyme which works optimally in basic conditions, others in neutral Ph while others in acidic conditions. Ph may affect both the structure and shape of the enzyme and substrate causing the enzyme not to fit in the active site of the enzyme. This affects the rate of the reactionData from the experiment correspond to the above theory lecture. According to figure 1 enzyme concentration increased with the increase in enzyme concentration. In figure 2 increase in p increased the enzymatic reaction until an optimum Ph of 7. According to figure 3, increase in temperature increased the rate of chemical reaction until optimum of 70 degrees. After this enzyme becomes a denatured and further increase in temperatures that decline the rate of reaction. However, there were some anomalies in experimental data.In collecting the anomalies, a more precise method of measurement can be used. Molybdenum compounds highly reduce pyrophosphate compared to the acid itself. The experiment can also be harnessed by use of modulators and effect on substrate concentration and effect of inhibitors can also be studied.Conclusion.The experiment was a success in analyzing the effect of pyrophosphatases enzyme with acid molybdenum. The aim of the experiment was to analyze the activity of pyrophosphatases enzyme by investigating its activity on pyrophospgtae .factors of enzyme concentration, Ph and temperature were investigated. This aim was achieved by the end of the experiment .Though, slight human errors with cannot be avoided, the observation of the experiments corresponded well with the expectations and the theory learnt in class.Appendix A standard phosphate solution of 1mM /Ml had been prepared and diluting this solution with different volumes of dilute water resulted in a different concentration of the phosphate solution. Different concentration can be calculated with the formulaC1V1=C2V2Phosphate volumePhosphate concentration000.200.20.400.40.600.60.800.811Abs 1Abs 2Average AbsRange0.0000.0000.0000.0000.0360.0480.0420.0060.1140.1040.1090.0050.1580.1630.1610.0030.2090.2070.2080.0010.2590.2560.2580.002The absorbance measured showed different results for the different test tube reactions. The absorbance increased down the tubes for the standard reactions. Data deviated slightly but in a rage of (0-0.002).data was presented in graph and line of best fit formed a straight line, the line developed had a linear equation which can be presented in form of Y=MX+C. The linear equation developed can be presented as shown belowY=0.2602x where y is the x-intercept while x is the gradient.Figure a; standard curve ReferenceLaidler, K.J. and Bunting, P.S., 1973. The chemical kinetics of enzyme action (Vol. 84). Oxford: Clarendon Press.Tóth, J., Varga, B., Kovács, M., Málnási-Csizmadia, A., and Vértessy, B.G., 2007. Kinetic mechanism of human dUTPase, an essential nucleotide pyrophosphatase enzyme. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 282(46), pp.33572-33582.VOLK, S.E., BAYKOV, A.A., DUZHENKO, V.S. and AVAEVA, S.M., 1982. Kinetic studies on the interactions of two forms of inorganic pyrophosphatase of heart mitochondria with physiological ligands. The FEBS Journal, 125(1), pp.215-220.