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CH369 FinalExam05 - Name Date 1 In a neutral aqueous...

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Page 1 Name: __________________________ Date: _____________ 1. In a neutral aqueous solution the concentrations of H + and OH - are each: A) 55 M B) 1 x 10 –7 M C) 1 x 10 –14 M D) 5 mM E) none of the above 2. The most important buffering system for maintaining proper blood pH is: 3. The linkage between nucleotides is a: 4. The amino acids with charged side chains at neutral pH include: 5. Amino acids contain the following groups linked to a single carbon: A) an amino group and a carboxylate group B) an amino group and an R group C) a carboxylate group and an R group D) an amino group and a carboxylate group and an R group E) none of the above
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Page 2 6. The height of the activation barrier determines: 7. In a simple enzyme-catalyzed reaction, as substrate concentration increases the reaction velocity: 8. Competitive inhibitors have the following effects on K M and V max :
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