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Reading: Required: Allen pp 2761289 Recommended: Tinoco pp 4931514 Assigned Problems: Chapter 13: 13111, 13112, 13113 Problems discussed in class and posted. Non1covalent interactions and protein structure
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What is the electrostatic potential of two electrons separated by one Å in a vacuum? Electrostatic Potential (1) 1. 2,778 kJ/mol 2. 1,389 kJ/mol 3. 01,389 kJ/mol 4. 02,778 kJ/mol
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What is the electrostatic potential of a positive (+1) and a negative (11) charge separated by 3 Å in the non1polar interior of a lipid membrane ( = 2)? Electrostatic Potential (2) 1. 463.0 kJ/mol 2. 0 231.5 kJ/mol 3. + 231.5 kJ/mol 4. 01,389 kJ/mol
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What is the electrostatic potential of a positive (+1) and a negative (11) charge separated by 3 Å in water ( = 80)? Electrostatic Potential (3) 1. 0 5.788 kJ/mol 2. 0 231.5 kJ/mol 3. + 231.5 kJ/mol 4. + 1,389 kJ/mol
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Calculate the electrostatic interaction energy in kJ/mol between atoms for an O ….. H hydrogen bond distance of 1.5 Å. The partial charge on O is 10.834, and the partial charge on H is + 0.417 in units of electronic charges. Assume a vacuum.
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  • Spring '14
  • Vacuum, kJ/mol

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