• Re: Catalyzing Hydrogen Peroxidase

    Updated: 2021-05-02 07:15:57
    That's not how it works.Single molecule of enzyme is enough to decompose any amount of H2O2. Question is: how long will it take?

  • Why does water have a greater polarity than ethanol?

    Updated: 2021-05-02 04:48:34
    Hello,I understand that water has intermolecular forces such as hydrogen bonding, so it's really hard to separate the molecules. And, ethanol also has hydrogen bonding, but london dispersion force as well. Why is water more polar than ethanol? is it because ethanol also has a london dispersion force, so part of the bond is weak in attraction?edit: water also has London dispersion force (LDF), but I think since ethanol is mostly comprised of LDF, it is weak in attraction with other ethanol molecules?

  • Catalyzing Hydrogen Peroxidase

    Updated: 2021-05-02 01:35:01
    Hi guys,Does anyone know what is the minimum concentration of peroxidase necessary to catalyze the break down of 1mg or hydrogen peroxidase? How can this concentration be calculated or determined?

  • Re: IR Peaks

    Updated: 2021-05-01 21:59:02
    IR spectra of a compound doesn't depend on the application. There is often no easy and unique peak assignment, IR can be quite messy.

  • Re: IR Peaks

    Updated: 2021-05-01 21:12:34
    Sorry guys I’m Forensic’s so maybe these are not familiar areas of expertise for you

  • Biochemistry – A Very Short Introduction

    Updated: 2021-04-20 06:42:41
    Tweet Follow @mark_lorch My new book – Biochemistry – A Very Short Introduction is available for pre-order now! A here’s a sneak preview… From the simplest bacteria to humans, all living things are composed of cells of one type or another. Amazingly, no matter where on the evolutionary tree they […]

  • IP Chemistry – Chemical Equilibrium and Le Chatelier’s Principle

    Updated: 2021-03-16 08:55:47
    First of all, this topic on Chemical Equilibrium is not being tested for GCE O-Level Pure Chemistry (syllabus code 6092) in Singapore. It is only being tested in IP Chemistry, IGCSE Chemistry and IB Chemistry. At the end of the blog post, you will be able to answer three important questions: Q1: What is meant […]

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