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Summary Enzymes A Practical Introduction To Structure, Mechanism, And Data Analysis

- Robert A Copeland
ISBN-10 0471461857 ISBN-13 9780471461852
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  • 2 Chemical bonds and reactions in biochemistry

  • 2.1.1 Atomic orbitals

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  • What is the 1st quantum number?
    Energy level
    n
    In first, second, third enz shell
  • What is the 2nd quantum number?
    Shape
    l
    0,1,2
  • What is the 4th quantum number?
    spinning 
    s

    clockwise +0,5
    counter clockwise -0,5
  • 2.1.2 Molecular orbitals

  • What are molecular orbitals?
    bonding and anti bonding orbitals
  • Which orbital has higher potential energy?
    antibonding orbitals
  • 2.1.3 Hybrid oribitals

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  • How looks a S orbital?
    Round
  • How looks a P orbital?
    like a 8
  • What kind of bond is the second, third and forth?
    π bond made of left over p orbital
  • 2.2 Thermodynamics of Chemical Reactions

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  • When do you have a endothermic or exothermic reaction?
    ΔG<0 spontaneous process
    ΔG>0 non spontaneous
  • 2.2.1 The Transition State of Chemical Reactions

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  • What is the transition state?
    State inbetween with high free energy, so unstable.

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