HW#2 Due: Monday, Sept 28 (at 9:00pm) 1. In order to measure the enzyme activity and the initial rate of reaction, 5 ml of cellobiose (10 mol/ml) and 44 ml of buffer solution were placed in a stirred vessel. The reaction was initiated by adding 1 ml of en
CLASS ACTIVITIES FOR CHAPTER 3
Activity 1 A Door Prize
A party host gives a door prize to one guess chosen at random. There are 48 men and 42 women at the party. What is the probability that the prize goes to a woman? Explain how you arrived at your answe
Probability: Part II
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Counting Rules
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Introduction
Text Reference: Introduction to Probability and Statistics for Engineers and Scientists, Chapter 3. Reading Assignment: Sections 3.1-3.5, September 17
Topic 2. Descriptive Statistics: Part II
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Introduction
Text Reference: Introduction to Probability and Statistics for Engineers and Scientists, Chapter 2. Reading Assignment: Sectio
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Introduction
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Chapter 1. INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS
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What is Data?
Indeed the world is becoming quantitative. Large and
rich datasets are collected every day for both level of government as we
CLASS ACTIVITIES FOR CHAPTER 2
Descriptive Statistics
Activity 1
In 1997 there were 11,012 licensed drivers over age 55 involved in fatal crashes. There were only 7670 licensed drivers between the ages of 16 and 20 involved in fatal crashes. Does this est
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BME 4500/6500 Fall 09
Fundamentals of Sound
Sound waves (pressure disturbances) are transmitted through the medium by means of a chain reaction. Propagation speed depends on physical properties of the medium: Density () [Kg/m3] Stiffness:
Y Youngs modulus
BME 4500/6500 Fall 09
Sounds within the Body
Heart: Korotkov sounds to help Blood pressure measurement S1: Turbulence due to closure of mitral and tricuspid valves (start (start of systole) S2: Closure of aortic and pulmonic valves (end of systole, dicrot
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Ophthalmoscope
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Slit Lamp
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Otoscope
9/8/2009
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Endoscopes
Early Endoscopes were straight tube. State of the Art: Coherent Fiber Optics Bundle + CCD
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2.1. An Analog Devices ADXL 105 micromachined accelerometer has an output sensitivity of 250 mV/g, and a full-scale, linear input range of 7
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An infrared imaging system uses an IR laser diode as a point source test object; it can be modeled as f(x,y)=Io(x,y). For simpl
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Enzyme Reactor with simple
kinetics (reference book: Biochemical Engineering, by James M.Lee)
Bioreactor-a device within which biochemical transformation are caused by the action of enzymes or living cells. Bioreactor is frequently called a fermenter, bu
Experimental Determination of Vm and Km (or Km)
Get activity from initial slope of rate vs. time curve. Have to have substrate IN EXCESS to get activity.
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Understanding Km
Km is an intrinsic parameter. It is a constant derived from rate constants k 1
Chapter 1 Introduction
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Introduction to Biochemical Engineering
Biochemical Engineering - application of chemical engineering principles to biological systems. "A process that uses living cells or biomolecules to carry out a chemical transformation lead
HW#1 Due: Monday, Sept. 21 (at 9 pm) 1. Please choose a commercial enzyme and describe its E.C. number, property (such as molecular weight, optimum pH and temperature.), production, manufacturers, and application. (at least 2 pages, font size 12, single l
Introduction to Chromatographic Separations
Why separation? What is the molecular basis for separations? How are separations achieved?
Why Separations
Analytical and preparative needs For analysis
LOD to lower concentrations selectivity structural eluci
Introduction to Chromatographic Separations
Why separation? What is the molecular basis for separations? How are separations achieved?
Why Separations
Analytical and preparative needs For analysis
LOD to lower concentrations selectivity structural eluci
Together, mean and standard deviation identify a range
xs
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x+s xs x RSD x RSD%
Confidence interval/range
Probability, likelihood, level of confidence, chance, etc. that the true value will fall in this range. Gaussian distribution: 68% chance that is com
Exercise: Basic Considerations for Selecting Analytical Methods
How reproducible?
Analytical figures of merit
(1) Precision How reproducible? (4) Detection limit Whether an analyte is there? (5) Concentration/dynamic range What range of amounts? (2) Acc
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CHEM3334 Instrumental Analysis, Fall 2009. Dr. X. Yao
Lecture hours: 11:00-11:50 am Monday and Wednesday Welcome to Instrumental Analysis, CHEM3334. This course is designed to provide you with the background necessary to understand and appreciate the prin