3400-PracticeKineticsExam

3400-PracticeKineticsExam - 1/2 = 1 hr. Initially, only A...

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Practice exam on kinetics CHM 3400, Dr. Chatfield, Fall 2011 I suggest that you study for the exam and give yourself 1 ½ hours to take it. Making reference to equations in the text is fine. I suggest you not allow yourself to scour the text for information and approaches, though. Answers will be posted during the week of Nov. 28. 1.
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3. A reaction 2A B is second order in A and goes to completion in a reaction vessel of constant volume and temperature. The half-life of A is t
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Unformatted text preview: 1/2 = 1 hr. Initially, only A is present and the pressure is 1 bar. Determine the total pressure after 2 hr and at equilibrium. 4. 5. Suppose that an enzyme has a turnover number of 104 min-1 and a molar mass of 60,000 g/mol. How many moles of substrate can be turned over per hour per gram of enzyme if the substrate concentration is twice the Michaelis constant? (Assume that the substrate concentration is maintained constant, for example by a preceding enzymatic reaction.)...
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This note was uploaded on 01/04/2012 for the course CHM 3410 taught by Professor Davidc.chatfield during the Fall '11 term at FIU.

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