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Chapter Five Rates of Chemical Reaction. Weather can occur ? ---chemical thermodynamics How fast (reaction rate)? ---chemical kinetics. Chemical Reaction. 化学反应 速度的快慢 —— 主要决定于反应的 内在机理 。. 反应机理: 化学反应所经历的 途径 或 具体步骤 , 又 称为 反应历程 。.

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Chapter five rates of chemical reaction

Chapter Five Rates of Chemical Reaction

Weather can occur ?

---chemical thermodynamics

How fast (reaction rate)?

---chemical kinetics








  • 某一反应究竟是经过哪些步骤完成的,

  • 了解各个步骤的特征和相互联系,

  • 揭示化学反应速度的本质,使人们能够自觉控制反应速度。


1. 为什么有些口服药物的服用方法是2次/天?


2. 为什么静脉滴注某些青霉素类药物要加快滴注的速度?



Chapter five rates of chemical reaction1
Chapter FiveRates of Chemical Reaction

5-1 Rates and Mechanisms of Chemical


5-2 Theories of Reaction Rate

5-3 Reaction Rates and Concentrations

5-4 Effect of Temperature on Reaction


5-5 Effect of Catalyst on Reaction Rates

5-1 Rates and Mechanisms of Chemical Reactions

Reaction rate: changes in a concentration of a

product or areactant per unit time.

The rate is defined to be a positive number.

The unit of reaction rate is mol·L-1·S-1,


or mol·L-1·h-1 et al

Define reaction rate :

1. Average reaction rate

2N2O5 = 4NO2 + O2

average reaction rate is obtained by dividing the change in concentration of a reactant or product by the time interval over which the change occurs

Sample exercise h 2 o 2 h 2 o 1 2 o 2

0 〃: c1(H2O2) = 15.88×10-3 mol/L

5〃 : c2(H2O2) = 12.8×10-3 mol/L


Reaction rates and stoichiometry
Reaction Rates and Stoichiometry

H2O2 = H2O + 1/2 O2


aA + bB

cC + dD

  • To generalize, for the reaction

This equation can be used to establish the relationship between rate of change of one reactant or product to another reactant or product.

  • You have to be able to do this on the test, too!

- Δc


V = lim —————— = -————




Define reaction rate :

2. Instantaneous reaction rate

2N2O5 = 4NO2 + O2

The instantaneous rate of change at a point is the same as the slope of the tangent line. That is, it's the slope of a curve.






5 1 2 the mechanisms of chemical reactions
5-1.2 The Mechanisms of Chemical Reactions

  • A reaction mechanism is a description of the path that a reaction takes.

  • elementary reaction?

  • overall reaction?

  • types of elementary reactions

5 1 2 the mechanisms of chemical reactions1


5-1.2 The Mechanisms of Chemical Reactions

elementary reaction: is one that the reactants can convert directly into the products in a single step when they act each other. (one-step reaction)



overall reaction:Many reactions are actually made up ofseveral elementary steps,which are combined to yield the overall reaction.

NO2 + CO → NO + CO2

NO2 + NO2 → NO3 + NO (slow)NO3 + CO → NO2 + CO2 (fast)

This means that the rate of the overall reaction is dominated(控制)by the rate of the first reaction, this is the rate-determining step.

H2(g) + I2(g)  2 HI(g)

I2(g) → 2I (fast)

H2+ 2I → 2HI (slow)

——rate-determining step.

Types of elementary reactions
Types of Elementary Reactions

  • molecularity --for Elementary Reactions:

  • unimolecular reaction: an elementary reaction in which the rearrangement of a single molecule produces one or more molecules of product. I2(g)─→ 2I(g)

  • bimolecular reaction: the collision and combination

    of two reactants to give an activated complex in an elementary reaction. NO(g) + O3(g) ─→ NO2(g) + O2(g)

_termolecular reaction: an elementary reaction involving the simultaneous collision of any combination of three molecules, ions, or atoms.

2 NO + H2 ─→ N2 + H2O2

5 2 theories of reaction rate
5-2 Theories of Reaction Rate

  • One is the collision theory :

    The collision theory is based on the kinetic theory and assumes a collision between reactants before a reaction can take place.

    1918年 Lewis以气体分子运动论为基础提出

  • Another is the transition state theory:

    The transition state theory suggests that as reactant molecules approach each other closely they are momentarily in a less stable state than either the reactants or the products.

5 2 1 collision theory and activation energy

5-2.1 Collision Theory and Activation Energy

●Contents of Collision Theory:

⑴ reacting molecules must come so close that they


⑵"effective" collisions : not every collision

between molecules creates products,

only few collisions between reactant

molecules will react.

Contents of collision theory
Contents of Collision Theory:

  • According to this theory,

    product formation can only take place when there are "effective" collisions between reactant molecules involved in the rate determining step of the process.

Br g hi g hbr g i g
Br(g) + HI(g) ─→ HBr(g) + I(g)

  • Straight on collision, hydrogen facing incoming bromine. Reaction occurs.

  • Straight on collision, hydrogen facing away from incoming bromine. Reaction does not occur.

  • Straight on collision, bromine at 90 degrees. Reaction does not occur.

What constitutes an effective collision?


● enough energy

● proper orientation

对 HCl 和 NH3的气相反应

Activation molecule
Activation molecule:

is the molecule have enough energy and can produce effective collision

  • the average molecules must absorb some energyto become activation molecules

活化分子一般只占极少数,它具有的最低能量为活化分子一般只占极少数,它具有的最低能量为Ec 。通常把活化分子具有的平均能量与反应物分子的平均能量之差称为反应的活化能,用符号 Ea 表示。



Figure:在一定温度下,反应的活化能越大,活化分子的分子分数越小,活化分子越少,有效碰撞次数就越少,因此化学反应速率越慢;As the activation energy of a reaction decreases, the number of molecules with at least this much energy increases, as shown by the yellow shaded areas.


到 。活化能越小, 反应速率越快。Ea是动力学参数。

▲ 一些反应的Ea

2SO2(g) + O2(g) = 2SO3(g), Ea=251 kJ·mol-1

N2(g) + 3H2(g) = 2NH3(g), Ea=175.5 kJ·mol-1

HCl + NaOH → NaCl+H2O, Ea≈20 kJ·mol-1

▲ 离子反应和沉淀反应的Ea都很小

一般认为Ea小于63 kJ·mol-1的为快速反应

小于40 kJ·mol-1和大于400 kJ·mol-1的都很难测定出




★ 即使是放热反应






5 2 2 the transition state theory

5-2.2 The Transition State Theory在一定温度下,反应的活化能越大,活化分子的分子分数越小,活化分子越少,有效碰撞次数就越少,因此化学反应速率越慢;

Transition state theory (TST) is also called

activated complex theory.

reactants pass through high-energy transition

states before forming products, they are associated in an unstable entity called an activated complex,

then change into products.

要点: 化学键重排、


Example no 2 g co g no g co 2 g

Example :在一定温度下,反应的活化能越大,活化分子的分子分数越小,活化分子越少,有效碰撞次数就越少,因此化学反应速率越慢;NO2(g) + CO(g) ─→ NO(g) + CO2(g)

ΔH = Ea,f - Ea,r

=358 kJ·mol-1 -132 kJ·mol-1

ΔH = –226kJ·mol-1.





  • 酶与底物形成酶-底物中间复合物,

  • 中间复合物再分解成产物和酶。

  • E + S = E-S  P + E

  • 许多实验事实证明了E-S复合物的存在。

Factors that affect reaction rates
Factors That Affect Reaction Rates在一定温度下,反应的活化能越大,活化分子的分子分数越小,活化分子越少,有效碰撞次数就越少,因此化学反应速率越慢;

  • Concentration of Reactants

  • Temperature

  • Catalysts ___Speed by changing mechanism

5 3 reaction rates and concentrations

5-3 Reaction Rates and 在一定温度下,反应的活化能越大,活化分子的分子分数越小,活化分子越少,有效碰撞次数就越少,因此化学反应速率越慢; Concentrations

Chemical reactions are faster when the concentrations of the reactants are increased .

Because more molecules will exist in a given volume. More collisions will occur and the rate ofa reaction will increase.

Concentration and rate
Concentration and Rate在一定温度下,反应的活化能越大,活化分子的分子分数越小,活化分子越少,有效碰撞次数就越少,因此化学反应速率越慢;

Each reaction has its own equation that gives its rate as a function of reactant concentrations.

this is called its Rate Law

A rate law shows the relationship between the reaction rate and the concentrations of reactants.



5-3.1 The Rate Law在一定温度下,反应的活化能越大,活化分子的分子分数越小,活化分子越少,有效碰撞次数就越少,因此化学反应速率越慢;

The rate of a reaction is proportional to the product of the concentrations of the reactants raised to somepower.

aA + bB → cC + dD


v = k[A]m[B]n



v = k[A]m[B]n

  • kis a rate constant that has a specific value

  • for each reaction.Thevalue of k is

  • determined experimentally.

  • “Constant” is relative here-

  • k changes with T,

  • the unit(量纲) depend on m + n

  • ① when [A]=[B]=1mol·L-1, v =k

  • ② the greater the k , the faster the rate

Law of mass action
质量作用定律(在一定温度下,反应的活化能越大,活化分子的分子分数越小,活化分子越少,有效碰撞次数就越少,因此化学反应速率越慢;law of mass action)



2N2O5(g)→4NO2(g)+ O2 (g)

对于复杂反应, 它适用于每一步的基元反应,它的反应速度取决于定速步骤。

N2O5 → NO3+NO2(慢)

NO2+NO3 → NO2+O2+NO (快)

NO+NO3 → 2NO2 (快)



v在一定温度下,反应的活化能越大,活化分子的分子分数越小,活化分子越少,有效碰撞次数就越少,因此化学反应速率越慢; = k[A]m[B]n

aA + bB → cC + dD

[A], [B] are the concentration of A and B;

mand nare themselves constants for a given reaction, it must be determined experimentally

in general, m and n are not equal to the

stoichiometric coefficientsa and b

5-3.2 Order of A Reaction在一定温度下,反应的活化能越大,活化分子的分子分数越小,活化分子越少,有效碰撞次数就越少,因此化学反应速率越慢;

The order of a reaction with respect toone of the reactantsis equal to the power to which the concentration of that reactant is raised in the rate equation.

The sum of the powers to which all reactant concentrations appearing in the rate law are raised is called theoverall reaction order.

M is the order of the reaction with respect to a n is the order of the reaction with respect to b

For rate equation在一定温度下,反应的活化能越大,活化分子的分子分数越小,活化分子越少,有效碰撞次数就越少,因此化学反应速率越慢;v = k[A]m[B]n

mis the order of the reaction with respect to A,nis the order of the reaction with respect to B.

m+n isoverall order of the reaction

the exponents m and n are not necessarily related to the stoichiometric coefficients in the balanced equation, that is, in general it is not true that for a A + b B → c C + d D, m ≠ a and n ≠ b

The rate law for the thermal 在一定温度下,反应的活化能越大,活化分子的分子分数越小,活化分子越少,有效碰撞次数就越少,因此化学反应速率越慢;decomposition(热分解)of acetaldehyde (CH3CHO) CH3CHO(g) →CH4(g) + CO(g)has been determined experimentally to bev =k[CH3CHO]3/2and not rate = k[CH3CHO]


Example 5-1:在一定温度下,反应的活化能越大,活化分子的分子分数越小,活化分子越少,有效碰撞次数就越少,因此化学反应速率越慢;

Given the following data, what is the rate expression for the reaction between hydroxide ion and chlorine dioxide?

2ClO2(aq) + 2OH-(aq) →ClO3-(aq) + ClO2-(aq) + H2O

[ClO2] (mol.L-1) [OH-] (mol.L-1) Rate (mol.L-1 s-1)

0.010 0.030 6.00×10-4 v1

0.010 0.075 1.50×10-3 v2

0.055 0.030 1.82×10-2 v3

Solution v k clo 2 m oh n m

Solution: 在一定温度下,反应的活化能越大,活化分子的分子分数越小,活化分子越少,有效碰撞次数就越少,因此化学反应速率越慢;

v = k[ClO2]m[OH-]n


By inspection, m = 2. The reaction is 2nd order in ClO2

v = k[ClO在一定温度下,反应的活化能越大,活化分子的分子分数越小,活化分子越少,有效碰撞次数就越少,因此化学反应速率越慢;2]m[OH-]n


By inspection, n = 1

  • The overall rate expression is therefore

  • v = k[ClO2]2[OH-]




First order reactions

First-order reactions在一定温度下,反应的活化能越大,活化分子的分子分数越小,活化分子越少,有效碰撞次数就越少,因此化学反应速率越慢;

A first-order reactionis a reaction whose rate depends on the reactant concentration raised to the first power.

A →B

the rate equation is

Differential form:

Integrate the left side from c c 0 to c and the right from t 0 to t

Thus 在一定温度下,反应的活化能越大,活化分子的分子分数越小,活化分子越少,有效碰撞次数就越少,因此化学反应速率越慢;

Integrate the left side from c = c0 to c and the right from t = 0 to t.


Can be rearranged to give:在一定温度下,反应的活化能越大,活化分子的分子分数越小,活化分子越少,有效碰撞次数就越少,因此化学反应速率越慢;

- { lnc – lnc0} = k1( t - 0 )

c0 is the initial concentration of c (t =0).

c is the concentration of c at some time t.


The characteristics of first-order reactions:

  • A plot of lgcversus t(time) gives a straight line with a slope of -k1/2.303.

    2. The rate constant, k, has units of [time]-1.

3 half life t 1 2
3. half-life 在一定温度下,反应的活化能越大,活化分子的分子分数越小,活化分子越少,有效碰撞次数就越少,因此化学反应速率越慢;(t1/2)

is the time it takes for the concentration of a reactant A to fall to one half of its original value.

By definition, when t = t1/2, , so

—— 在一定温度下,反应的活化能越大,活化分子的分子分数越小,活化分子越少,有效碰撞次数就越少,因此化学反应速率越慢;一级反应的半衰期与速率常数k1成反比,与反应物的起始浓度无关。



可以用半衰期衡量反应速度, t1/2越大,反应越慢。

  • 常见药物的半衰期:在一定温度下,反应的活化能越大,活化分子的分子分数越小,活化分子越少,有效碰撞次数就越少,因此化学反应速率越慢;


    青霉素 0.5

    链霉素 2~3

    安定 20~40



(1)1gc对时间t作图可得一条直线,直线的斜率为 -k1/2.303。因此可由斜率求得反应速率常数k1。





Example 5-2在一定温度下,反应的活化能越大,活化分子的分子分数越小,活化分子越少,有效碰撞次数就越少,因此化学反应速率越慢;(a) What is the rate constant k for the first-orderdecomposition of N2O5(g) at 25℃ if the half-life of N2O5(g) at that temperature is 4.03×104 seconds?

Solution: (a)


(b) Under these conditions, what percent of the N在一定温度下,反应的活化能越大,活化分子的分子分数越小,活化分子越少,有效碰撞次数就越少,因此化学反应速率越慢;2O5 molecules will not have reacted after one day?

Solution: (b)

Putting in the value for k and substitutingt = 8.64×104 seconds (one day has 86,400 seconds) gives


Therefore, 22.6% of the N2O5 molecules will not have reacted after one day at 25℃.

Example 5-3在一定温度下,反应的活化能越大,活化分子的分子分数越小,活化分子越少,有效碰撞次数就越少,因此化学反应速率越慢;SO2Cl2(磺酰氯 )decomposes to sulfur dioxide and chlorine gas. The reaction is first order. If it takes 13.7 hours for a 0.250mol/L solution of SO2Cl2 to decompose into a 0.117mol/L solution, what is the rate constant for the reaction and what is the half-life of SO2Cl2 decomposition?


K 0 0554 h 1
K 在一定温度下,反应的活化能越大,活化分子的分子分数越小,活化分子越少,有效碰撞次数就越少,因此化学反应速率越慢;= 0.0554 h-1


  • [在一定温度下,反应的活化能越大,活化分子的分子分数越小,活化分子越少,有效碰撞次数就越少,因此化学反应速率越慢;例5-2]已知四环素在人体内的代谢服从一级反应规律。设给人体注射0.5g四环素,然后在不同时间测定血液中四环素的含量,得如下数据:

服药后时间t/h 4 6 8 10 12 14 16

血中四环素含量c/mg·L-1 4.6 3.9 3.2 2.8 2.5 2.0 1.6

试求: ①四环素代谢的半衰期;

②若血液中四环素的最低有效量相当于3. 7mg·L-1,


解: ① 先求速率常数在一定温度下,反应的活化能越大,活化分子的分子分数越小,活化分子越少,有效碰撞次数就越少,因此化学反应速率越慢;k1,一级反应以log c对t作图,得直线,


在一定温度下,反应的活化能越大,活化分子的分子分数越小,活化分子越少,有效碰撞次数就越少,因此化学反应速率越慢;由图5-6知,t=0时,lgc0=0.81,最低有效量c=3.7mg·L-1 lgc=0.57, 将(5-8)重排得:



注射后6.3h 之前注射第二次,临床上一般控制

在6h后注射第二次, 即4次/天。






地西泮为20~40h, 保泰松为48~120h。

Second order reactions
Second - order reactions在一定温度下,反应的活化能越大,活化分子的分子分数越小,活化分子越少,有效碰撞次数就越少,因此化学反应速率越慢;


v = k2[A]2 , v = k2 [A][B] [A]=[B]

The characteristics of second order reactions
The characteristics of second- easily shown to be order reactions:

1. A graph of 1/c against time is a straight line ,

the slope of which gives the rate constant for the reaction;

2. The rate constant, k, has units of[c]-1[t]-1;

3. The half-life of 2th-order reactions

t1/2=1 / kc0.

(c = 2/c0代入上式)

Note that the half-life of a second-order reaction is easily shown to be notindependent of the initial concentration, as in the case of a first-order reaction. This is one way to distinguish a first-order reaction from a second-order reaction.

二级反应有以下特点是: easily shown to be





(3)二级反应的 。由此可见:二级反应



Example 5-4 easily shown to be Butadiene(C4H6丁二烯) dimerizes(聚合) to form C8H12(二聚物). This reaction is 2nd order in butadiene. If the rate constant for the reaction is 0.84 Lmol-1min-1, how long will it take for a 0.500 mol/L sample of butadiene to dimerize until the butadiene concentration is 0.200 mol /L?



t = 3.6 (min)

[例 easily shown to be 5-3]乙酸乙酯在25℃时的皂化反应为二级反应: CH3COOC2H5十NaOH→CH3COONa十C2H5OH

乙酸乙酯和氢氧化钠的起始浓度均为0.0100mol·L-1,反应20min后,氢氧化钠的浓度消耗了 0.00566mol·L-1,

求: ①反应速率常数; ②反应的半衰期。


Zero order reactions

固体界面上的分解反应 easily shown to be

Zero - order reactions

—— is one where the rate does not depend on the concentration of the species.

v = k0 [A]0


c = - k0 t + c0

C k 0 t c 0

The characteristics of zero-order reactions easily shown to be :

c = - k0 t + c0

1. A graph of c against tis a straight line with a slope of -k0.

2. The rate constant, k, has units of [c][ t ]-1;

3. The half-life of a zero-order reaction is

零级反应的特点: easily shown to be








Example 5-5 easily shown to be

The decomposition of HI into hydrogen and iodine on a gold surface is 0th order in HI. The rate constant for the reaction is 0.050mol·L-1·s-1. If you begin with a 0.500mol/L concentration of HI, what is the concentration of HI after 5 seconds?


c0= 0.500mol·L-1k =0.050mol·L-1· s-1

t =5s

[HI] = 0.500-0.050×5

= 0.250(mol·L-1)

5-4 easily shown to be Effect of Temperature on Reaction Rates

Chemical reactions are faster when the

temperature is increased. Why?

Figure: At a higher temperature,T2, more molecules have an energy greater than E a , as shown by the yellow shaded area.

When we increase the temperature, kinetic easily shown to be

energies and speeds will increase and so

the average energy of a collision will also


As a result, the energy of any particular

collision will be more likely to exceed the

activation energy.

Thus, chemical reactions are faster at higher

temperatures than at lower temperatures.

Rule of thumb easily shown to be :

  • The dependence of reaction rate on temperature has led to a common rule of thumb:

    the rate of a chemical reaction will double for each 10℃ increase in the temperature.

The rate of a chemical reaction will easily shown to be double for

each 10℃ increase in the temperature.

5-4.1 Rule of Thumb经验法则(Van’t Hoff Law)

T : vT = k T[A]a [B]b

(T + 10) : v(T+10) = k T+10[A]a [B]b

a A + b B = c C + d D

v(T+10) k (T+10)

γ= ---------- = ----------- = 2~4

v T k T

5-4.2 The Arrhenius Equation easily shown to be

In 1889 Svante Arrhenius showed that the dependence of the constant of a reaction on temperature can be expressed by the following equation, now known as the Arrhenius equation

  • 通过实验制作速率常数k随温度T升高而变大的曲线图,并分析曲线,可以得出速率常数随温度变化函数的经验方程:

The Arrhenius Equation: easily shown to be

Ea —is the activation energy of the reaction (in kJ/mol)

R — is the gas constant (8.314 JK-1mol-1)

T — is the absolute temperature

e — is the base of the natural logarithm scale

A — represents the collision frequency, and is called

the frequency factor (指前因子).




阿伦尼乌斯方程式把 easily shown to be 速率常数k、活化能Ea和温度T三者联系起来,由此关系式可以说明:

(1)对某一反应:Ea基本不变,温度升高, 增大,k值也增大,反应速率加快,说明了温度对反应速率的影响。


则 越大,k值愈大,反应速率愈快。


Taking the natural logarithm of both sides, the equation becomes

or in terms of common logarithms :

Example 5 6
Example 5-6 becomes

The rate constants for the decomposition of acetaldehyde

CH3CHO(g) ─→ CH4(g) + CO(g)

were measured at five different temperatures. The data are show below. Plot lgk versus 1/Tand determine the activation energy (in KJ/mol) for the reaction.


T(K) 700 730 760 790 810

k [1/(mol/L)1/2s] 0.011 0.035 0.105 0.343 0.789


Answer: becomesWe need to plot lg k versus 1/T . From the given data we obtain

1/T(1/K) 1.43×10-3 1.37×10-3 1.32×10-3 1.27×10-3 1.23×10-3

log k -1.96 -1.46 -0.979 -0.465 -0.103

The slope of the line is calculated from two pairs of coordinates:

lg k


Thus, a plot of lg becomesk versus 1/T gives a straight line

whose slope is equal to -E a / 2.303R and whose

intercept(截距)with the ordinate(纵坐标) is log A.

Ea = 2.303×(8.314J/K·mol)× (9.38×103K)

= 1.80×105J/mol

= 1.80×102KJ/mol

5 4 3 application of arrhenius equation
5-4.3 Application of Arrhenius Equation becomes

According to this equation, we can calculate E aand k

T1 → k1

T2 → k2

(5-14) - (5-13) :

Example 5 7
Example 5-7 becomes

The rate constant of a first-order reaction is 3.46×10-2 /s at 298 K. What is the rate constant at 350 K if the activation energy for the reaction is 50.2 KJ/mol?


5 5 effect of catalyst on reaction rates
5-5 Effect of Catalyst on Reaction Rates becomes

  • Catalyst: a substance that increase the rate of a chemical reaction , but is itself

    neither consumed nor produced in the reaction


  • Catalysts increase the rate of a reaction by

  • decreasing the activation energy of the reaction.

  • Catalysts change the mechanism by which the

  • process occurs.

Reaction o 3 o o 2
Reaction O becomes3 + O = O2

Catalysis becomes can be classified into

homogeneous(均相) catalysis,

heterogeneous (非均相) catalysis

enzyme catalysis.

three types

Homogeneous catalysis
Homogeneous catalysis becomes

  • In homogeneous catalysis, the catalyst is present in the same phase as the reactants,

  • as when a gas-phase catalyst speeds up a gas-phase reaction, or a species dissolved in solution speeds up a reaction in solution

The rate is very becomesSlow,

but it can be catalyzed by Ag+ or Mn2+:

Heterogeneous catalysis
Heterogeneous catalysis becomes

  • In heterogeneous catalysis, the catalyst is present as a distinct phase. The most important case is the catalytic action of certain solid surfaces on gas-phase and solution-phase reactions.

25ºC becomes

e.g., H2 + CH2=CH2

no reaction (k very small)



CH3–CH3 rapid (k larger)

Ea (uncatalyzed)

Ea (catalyzed)

PE 





RC 


Enzyme catalysis
Enzyme Catalysis becomes

  • Enzymes are biological catalysts.

    An average living cell may contain some 3000 different enzymes


E + S = E-S  P + E

activated complex







P+ E




酶与底物结合形成中间络合物的方式(理论) becomes

  • (1) 锁钥假说(lock and key hypothesis):

  • 认为整个酶分子的天然构象是具有刚性结构的,酶表面具有特定的形状。酶与底物的结合如同一把钥匙对一把锁一样.

(2) becomes诱导契合假说(induced–fit hypothesis):


酶与底物接近→结构相互诱导→变形和相互适应 →结合。

羧肽酶活性中心示意图 becomes




Tyr 248

Arg 145

Glu 270


与酶具有高效催化作用的因素 becomes



多元催化 亲核催化




1. becomes邻近效应(proximity effect)与

定向排列(orientation arrange ):

邻近效应: 酶将诸底物结合到其活性中心,使它们的反应基团相互靠近,降低进入过渡态所需的活化能;局部底物浓度增加。


靠近 becomes

2. becomes多元催化(multielement catalysis)

  • 多个基元催化形式的协同作用。一般包括:

    酸-碱催化,共价催化(亲核催化, 亲电子催化)等。

  • 酶分子中广义的酸碱基团:氨基、羧基、巯基、酚羟基、咪唑基。

  • 同种基团在不同的微环境下解离度亦不同。 这种多功能基团兼有酸、碱双重催化效能。

  • 某些辅酶: becomes焦磷酸硫胺素、



  • 这类反应有




  • “ 催化三元区 ”——活性中心的结构特性

Asp102 ——起稳定His57构象作用

His57 ——质子受体,促进Ser195羟基氧对底物肽酰基


Ser195 ——羟基氧亲核进攻作用


(2) becomes亲核共价催化作用:

① 四面体结构中间体的形成:



becomesHis-57广义酸催化过程 酰基一酶中间体生成:

a:His-57 给出质子,底物接受质子,伴随着 C-N肽

键的断裂后 , R1NH2(产物1)从酶中离去;





③His-57 becomes作为广义碱-酸催化作用

His57 作为碱 接受H2O给予的质子,



酰基一酶中间体虽然不稳定, 但它的存在已经被X射线衍



3 surface effect
3. becomes表面效应(surface effect):





上学去 becomes