I have a calibration curve, with the equation of the line, and the concentrations of the plotted points, with absorbency plotted against concentration (mg/ml) How do I solve using the Beer Lambert...

I have a calibration curve, with the equation of the line, and the concentrations of the plotted points, with absorbency plotted against concentration (mg/ml) How do I solve using the Beer Lambert...

from a lineweaver burk plot, I have calculated slopes of 12.42 and 1.38. The y intercept is 1.493 and 1.031 w/ respect to the slopes. Please include working out if possible...

which of the thtee methods of analysis do you think gives the least accurate estimate? Give reasons for your answer [10marks] 1) v against [S] plot 2) lineweaver burk plot 3)...

Calculate the concentration of a sample of bovine serum albumin (Mr 67,000) with an absorbance at 280 nm of 0.5, giving your answer in units of M (Molarity) (NOTE: ε at 280 nm = 1 cm3 mg-1 cm-1 and...

Calculate the protein concentration for a sample with an absorbance at 280 nm of 0.5, giving your answer in units of mg protein/ml (NOTE: ε at 280 nm = 1 cm3 mg-1 cm-1 and a cuvette of 1cm path length...

example would be Lysine. I know the standard form just having trouble grasping the concept. Thank you!

You are deciding which of two enzymes to buy for your Biotech company. Evaluated on the same substrate Enzyme A has a kcat of 950 s-1 and a KM of 200 μM, whereas Enzyme B has a kcat of...

Expressed as a multiple of its KM, how much substrate is required in order for an enzyme to be 50 % saturated? (i.e. what is [S]/KM?). And 98 % saturated?

According to the Michaelis Menten equation, at what percentage of its maximum rate is an enzyme operating when [S] = ½ KM?

1. The KM of an enzyme/substrate combination is 125 mM, with a VMAX of 20 μM.s-1. The concentration of enzyme is 45 nM. a. At what...

Under conditions of saturating amounts of substrate the rate of formation of product is 50 nanomoles per ml of reaction volume every minute. [Hint: what do the words saturating amounts of substrate...

Under conditions of saturating amounts of substrate the rate of formation of product is 50 nanomoles per ml of reaction volume every minute. [Hint: what do the words saturating amounts of substrate...

Why is it so that the Fe present in the haeme molecule of cytochrome cannot carry oxygen where as the one in haemoglobin can ?

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A young woman was at the gym doing great her normal workout. She would spend 45 minutes on the elliptical and then 15 minutes doing weight training. This was the regular routine for her as she...

I first need to find the ph then i can use the Henderson hasslbach equation

1mL of Standard Glycine (7.5mg mL-1) was diluted into a 100mL volumetric flask. One standard had 0.30mL of the diluted standard glycine and 0.20mL of distilled water. How would I calculate...

How do I convert 0.075mg into μmol?

A Xam1 since it has lower Km(higher affinity and higher Vmax) B Xam2 since it has higher Km(lowee affinity and higher Vmax) c we cannot tell,Vmax depends on activation energy, not Km d...

1) How do hydrogen bonds contributes to the high melting and boiling points of water? 2) What functional groups of biomolecules can form hydrogen bonds? 3) Describe what...

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