Here are the steps you take to do a serial dilution
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1) Here are the steps you take to do a serial dilution starting with a 100%(v/v)substance in solution.1. You add 1 mL of this starting solution in tube #1, then Q.S. it to 100 mL.2. Next you do serial…
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Intrinsic Solubility Question: Make a 100ml of 1M homogeneous
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Intrinsic Solubility Question: Make a 100ml of 1M homogeneous solution of acetaminophen (weak acid). Molecular weight = 151.16 g/mol, Solubility = 1.278%w/v, pKa = 9.51. Identify the S0, Si and St par…
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Human-growth hormone binds to two different
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So I have a couple questions from my chemistry class. Its an advanced college course and the professor made the questions that follow with all the intention of challenging anyone with chemical and bio…
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Calculate the pKa for compound X, given that at pH 4 it is 75% ionized
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Question: Calculate the pKa for compound X, given that at pH 4 it is 75% ionized?I believe I have to use the henderson-hasselbach equation for a weak base, but I'm not sure. …
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Which of the following uses heme as a cofactor
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Which of the following uses heme as a cofactor?myoglobinadult hemoglobinfetal hemoglobinonly two of the aboveall of the above…
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How would I calculate the amount of phenol red (ug) in 3mL of Unknown
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How would I calculate the amount of phenol red (ug) in 3mL of Unknown #1: 4.7 uM and Unknown #2 14.5 uM given molecular weight is 376.4 g/mol?…
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The majority of FDA approved drugs can be profitably classified into three primary
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1. The majority of FDA approved drugs can be profitably classified into three primary groups:a. small molecules, peptides and antibodiesb. lipids, carbohydrates and nucleic acidsc. peptides, nucleic a…
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Where can I find the complete test bank for Lehninger, Principles of Biochemistry
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Where can I find the complete test bank for Lehninger, Principles of Biochemistry?…
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What is the amyloid protein deposition associated with Alzheimer's disease
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What is the amyloid protein deposition associated with Alzheimer's disease composed of?…
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what are the steps to the pentose phosphate pathway
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what are the steps to the pentose phosphate pathway?…
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