How do enzymes differ from inorganic catalysts?

1) Enzymes are substances of a protein nature. 2) Each enzyme accelerates only one chemical reaction. 3) Enzymes accelerate chemical reactions hundreds of thousands and millions of times. This is tens to hundreds of thousands of times faster than using an inorganic catalyst. 4) Enzymes are active only under certain conditions – temperature and acidity of the environment, which do not damage the protein structure.

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