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Lecture 4

MBB 222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Reaction Quotient, Dissociation Constant, Molar Concentration

Molec Biol & Biochem
Course Code
MBB 222
Edgar Young

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Reaction spontaneity and equilibrium 25
Molar concentration, molar units
Eequilibrium constant vs mass-action ratio or reaction quotient
Chemical species
Reversible reaction
Reactants vs products
Forward direction of reaction vs reverse direction of reaction
Reaction quotient
Le chateliers principle
Reaction tendency, spontaneity
Binding affinity 159-161 and unit 3 affinity package
Molecular recognition
Binding; unbound vs bound; noncovalent complex
Ligand vs receptor
Dissociation vs binding reaction
Uni vs bimolecular
Dynamic equilibrium
Binary vs ternary complex
Dissociation constant vs association constant or binding constant
Molar units equilibrium constant vs activity equilibrium constant
Fraction occupancy unit 3 package affinity also pages 160-161
Saturable binding
Saturated vs half saturated
Fractional saturation or occupancy or occupancy probability
Hyperbolic binding curve
Essentially complete occupancy or predominately complete occupancy
L over K ratio
Standard free energy of a reaction unit 3 package affinity pages 507-510
Driving force of a chemical reaction
Free energy change, delta g in general usage
Standard free energy change in general
Free energy content of a sample
Standard free energy of a binding vs standard free energy of a dissociation
Standard free energy change without biochemical convention
Biochemical convenetion for standard state
Standard transformed equilibrium constant and free energy change
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