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Homework Help: Physical-Chemistry

Posted by Paul on Wednesday, October 18, 2006 at 4:40am.

Protein denaturations are usually irreversible but may be reversible under a narrow range of conditions. At pH 2.0, at temperatures ranging from about 40o C to 50o C, there is an equilibrium between the active form P and the deactivated form D of the enzyme trypsin: P D. Thermodynamic values are H =283 kJ/mol and S =891 J/Kmol. Assume these values to be temperature independent over this narrow range. At what temperature will there be equal concentrations of P and D?

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