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2.22 A good rule of thumb for free energles (at 25 "C) Is that each1.4 kcal mohoeenergy ls worth afactor of 10 In the equilibniumconstant.A Estimate the equilibrlum binding constant for the assoclation of areceptor with a ligand with a AGassoctation of-9.8 kcal moB Is this rule of thumb good at both room temperature and thephyslological temperature of 37"?AG-9.8 koal moH at 25 C

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2.22 A good rule of thumb for free energles (at 25 "C) Is that each
1.4 kcal mohoeenergy ls worth afactor of 10 In the equilibnium
constant.
A Estimate the equilibrlum binding constant for the assoclation of a
receptor with a ligand with a AGassoctation of-9.8 kcal mo
B Is this rule of thumb good at both room temperature and the
physlological temperature of 37"?
AG-9.8 koal moH at 25 C
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2.22 A good rule of thumb for free energles (at 25 "C) Is that each 1.4 kcal mohoeenergy ls worth afactor of 10 In the equilibnium constant. A Estimate the equilibrlum binding constant for the assoclation of a receptor with a ligand with a AGassoctation of-9.8 kcal mo B Is this rule of thumb good at both room temperature and the physlological temperature of 37"? AG-9.8 koal moH at 25 C

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The equilibrium binding constant can be determined as:

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The rule of thumb indicates the caliberation something in a practicle way which gives the accurate results in most cases..

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Example of rule of thumb is to driking a glass full of water or juice at an interval of every hour on which you ar...

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