Biomolecualr Dynamics Assignment 1

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Biomolecualr Dynamics Assignment 1 Jonathon Nguyen 16323012 Question 1 a) Distinguish between zeroth-order, first-order, second-order, and pseudo-first-order  reactions. Zeroth-order, first-order, second-order, and pseudo-first-order reactions are all reactions classes  by their order. The order of reation is determined by to what power a concentration of a specific  species is raised to in the rate law. A zeroth order is one that does not depend on the concentration of the species. The rate law for  a zeroth order reaction is:  r=k . A typical graph for a zeroth order reaction is: Concentration           Time A first order reaction only depends on one concentration of a speices. The rate law for a first  order reaction is  r=k [ A ]. A typical graph for a first order reaction is: Concentration Time A second order reaction depends on the concentration of one or both of the reactants. The rate  law for a second order reaction is  r=k [ A ] 2   or  r=k [ A ][ B ]. A typical graph for a first order reaction is: Biomolecular Dynamics Jonathon Nguyen 16323012
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