To obtain the rate constants for this reaction you need a mechanism because this is a catalysed reaction which leads to a multistep analysis.

I note that there have been several papers in the last 10 years, studying this reaction with different catalysts.

Unfortunately I no longer have access to the professional databases holding these papers so can only see the abstracts.

At a pinch you could try the simplest catalysed reaction sequence

\(\displaystyle C + R\mathop \mathbin{\lower.3ex\hbox{$\buildrel\textstyle\rightarrow\over

{\smash{\leftarrow}\vphantom{_{\vbox to.5ex{\vss}}}}$}} \limits_{{k_{ - 1}}}^{{k_1}} CR\mathop \to \limits^{{k_2}} C + P\)

Where C refers to the catalyst, R to the reactants and P to the products.

and

\(\displaystyle {K_s} = \frac{{{k_{ - 1}} + {k_2}}}{{{k_1}}}\)

is the Michaelis rate contant.

Edit, Dan can you help with the mathmL it doesn't seem to want to parse?

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