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Biology › Biochemistry › Solution Id 13930

Find the volume of sodium citrate to make up 7.5% solution.

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A solution requires 250 ml of a 7.5%(w/v)solution of tri sodium citrate. The only citrate you have available is the dehydrate, C6H5O7Na3. 2H20 with a ... Read More
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Biology › Biochemistry › Solution Id 13929

A citrate buffer must be made up to a final concentration of 50mM. You need to make up 2L. 

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A citrate buffer must be made up to a final concentration of 50mM. You need to make up 2L. you have to stock solutions from which to make this buffer;... Read More
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Biology › Molecular biology › Solution Id 13928

Isolation of RNA

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To isolate RNA you often use a protein denaturant solution of guanidinum salts. These chaotropic solutions denature by disrupting H- bonding. The solu... Read More
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Biology › Biochemistry › Solution Id 13927

Understanding the mathematical concepts of biochemistry.

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1.A reaction has been designed to be carried out in a 5 ml total volume. It requires a final glycine concentration of 20 µM. If the protocol all... Read More
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Biology › Biochemistry › Solution Id 13926

Understanding mathematical concepts of biochemistry.

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1.You have a 2.5 mg/ml solution of an amino acid( mol.wt. = 100). You are required to add 0.5 µmoles to a test tube. How much would you pipette?... Read More
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Biology › Biochemistry › Solution Id 13925

Understanding mathematical concepts of biochemistry.

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You have been provided with the following solutions of a compound( mol. Wt= 500). What volume would you need to pipette to add 10 µmoles of this... Read More
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Biology › Biochemistry › Solution Id 13924

Understanding the mathematical values of biochemistry.

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Convert the following values to sensible numbers(between 0.1 and 1000) by changing the prefix: (i)  0.05M (ii)  4 X 106pL (iii)  90000 ... Read More
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Biology › Other › Solution Id 13923

Discussion for multiple sclerosis support group.

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Discussion for a Multiple Sclerosis Support Group. Your topic for the evening will focus on the benefits and detriments of placing a family member wit... Read More
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Biology › Cell Biology › Solution Id 13922

Compare the purpose of mitosis with meiosis .

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The result of mitosis is that the daughter cells end up with the same number of chromosomes as the parent cell. This is achieved by chromosome duplica... Read More
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Biology › Human Physiology › Solution Id 13921

Undestanding Human Anatomy and Physiology.

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Discuss how, not only you but how everyone can benefit from a better understanding of human anatomy and physiology in regards to any current issue, es... Read More
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Economics › Macroeconomics › Solution Id 14653

Discussion on the causes of the stagflation of 197...

1.(Stagflation) what were some of the causes of the stagflation of 1973 and 1979? In what ways were these episodes of stagflation different from the g... Read More

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Economics › Microeconomics › Solution Id 14652

Calculation of market clearing price and quantity.

Suppose a highly competitive market is described by the following supply and demand functions S= 3P=90 and  D=7910 -5P .suppose also that a repre... Read More

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Economics › Macroeconomics › Solution Id 14651

Explaining the relation between macroeconomic vari...

Describe the relationship between each of the following variables based on the experience of the U.S. economy over the past 30 years. (a)   ... Read More

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Economics › Macroeconomics › Solution Id 14650

Discussion on recent recession.

a) Explain what is measured by Real GDP. (b) When a recession is over, do people begin to immediately feel the effects of an efficient economy? Use th... Read More

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Economics › Econometrics › Solution Id 14649

Calculation of variance and standard deviation of ...

A company is considering between two projects: project 1 and project 2. The estimated cash flows and their probabilities of the two projects are given... Read More

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Economics › Microeconomics › Solution Id 14648

Calculation of optimal output.

Two monopolistically competitive firms face the same demand and total revenue functions but face different total cost functions. These demand, total r... Read More

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