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By Sharon Walker, David McMahon

Study BIOCHEMISTRY with no stressing out your mind CELLSTrying to appreciate the chemical procedures of residing organisms yet having hassle metabolizing the complicated options? this is your lifeline! Biochemistry Demystified is helping synthesize your realizing of this significant topic.You'll begin with a evaluation of simple chemical techniques and a glance at mobilephone buildings and mobile department. subsequent, you will examine carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, nucleic acids, nucleotides, and enzymes. Glycolysis, the citric acid cycle, oxidative phosphorylation, and the keep an eye on of chemical procedures around out the assurance. hundreds of thousands of examples and illustrations make it effortless to appreciate the cloth, and end-of-chapter questions and a last examination aid toughen studying.

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Ka is the equilibrium constant for an acid. Ka = [H+][A−]/[HA] (1-16) where [H+] = hydrogen ion concentration [A−] = conjugate base concentration [HA] = conjugate acid concentration Let log Ka = log ([H+]) + log([A−]/[HA]) (1-17) −log Ka = −log ([H+]) − log([A−]/[HA]) (1-18) −log Ka = pKa (1-19) pH = pKa + log([A−]/[HA])—the Henderson-Hasselbalch equation (1-20) Now we come to the crux of the matter. For [A−]/[HA] to be equal to 1, the acid must be 50% dissociated. Also, if [A−]/[HA] is equal to 1, pH is equal to the pKa.

CHAPTER 2 Cell Structures and Cell Division Process conducted between interior and exterior of cell Membrane surface 39 Process conducted between the interior of the cell and interior lumen Membrane surface Cell exterior Cell exterior Interior lumen Smooth membrane Infolded membrane Figure 2-5 Advantages of infolded structures for process that occurs across a membrane surface. As we discuss characteristics of cells, you will be frequently confronted with infolded, convoluted membranes. This common theme of cell structure is needed because so many cell processes occur across a membrane surface.

When the system is in equilibrium, all of the molecules will be in existence at some level. We will return to a discussion of phosphoric acid when we discuss buffers. A really important equilibrium for biological systems is exhibited by water. Most water is good old H2O. However, a small fraction of water is in equilibrium, as follows: H2O ⇔ H+ + OH− (1-12) Keq = [H+][OH−]/[H2O] = 10−14 (1-13) The dissociation, as you can see, is quite small. Out of every mole of water, 10–14 th of a mole dissociates.

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