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HW2%20Chap7%20plus%20Matlab - BME 100L. Modeling Cellular...

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BME 100L. Modeling Cellular and Molecular Systems Fall 2009 Homework 2 Chapter 7. Problems 7, 8, 10, 12, and 13 Plus two MATLAB simulation homework Due: 5pm on September 9 th Hints: 7. (a) The overall reaction is A + C D. Thus, you need to relate d[D]/dt to concentrations of A and C as well as the rate constants. It should not contain [B] in the relationship. (b) Similar to part a. The relationship should not contain [AB]. 8. (b) Use the solutions of the differential equations, discussed in the class, for the zero-, first-, or second-order reactions to fit the data in part a. Always try to fit the linear curve since nonlinear curve fitting may not be accurate. Curve-fitting can be done either in Matlab or Excel. (c) NOT REQUIRED FOR THIS CLASS. 10. What is the relationship between [A] and [B] during the reactions? For elementary reaction, the rate = k[A][B]. However, the reaction in this problem is not elementary. Thus, the reaction can be first order in A and zero order in B and so forth.
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