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01:694:301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Hydrolysis, Serine Protease, Non-Covalent Interactions

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Catalyst substance that increases the rate, or velocity, of a chemical reaction without itself being changed in the overall process. Substrate substanc
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01:694:301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Voltmeter, Spontaneous Process, Hydrolysis

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Free energy change ( g) tells us whether process will require or release energy. Drives many critical processes: protein synthesis, folding of proteins
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01:694:301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Molybdenum, Cell Membrane, Peptide Bond

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Friedrich wohler (germany: living cells & organisms were different from those in nonliving matter. Went against the laws of physics & chemistry: experi
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01:694:301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Groes, Tobacco Mosaic Virus, Protein Aggregation

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01:694:301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Leucine, Consensus Sequence, Archaea

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01:694:301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Electronegativity, Hydrophile, Chromatin

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2. 1 the importance of noncovalent interactions in biochemistry. Noncovalent bonds are important because they"re weak: can break & re-form easily, mult
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01:694:301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Cytosol, Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide Phosphate, Stoichiometry

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Two major divisions in metabolism: catabolism complex substances are degraded to simpler molecules, anabolism the synthesis of complex organic molecule
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