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CHEM 3472: Instrumental Analysis

School: University of Texas at Dallas

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Glycerin Solution Vapor Pressure at 39.88°C
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Discover how to calculate the vapor pressure of a glycerin solution when mixed with water at a specific temperature. A valuable chemistry lesson.

Glycogen Synthesis and Phosphorylase Deactivation: Essential Mechanism
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Delve into the intricate interplay between glycogen synthesis activation and glycogen phosphorylase deactivation. Discover the essential mechanisms that ensure the efficient management of glucose storage and utilization in the body.

Amino Acid Structural Formulas at Low pH
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Explore the protonation of amino acids, specifically valine and threonine, when subjected to a pH lower than their isoelectric points, highlighting the structural changes in their carboxyl and amino groups.

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Intermolecular Forces: Comparing Properties of Key Chemical Compounds
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Discover the effects of intermolecular forces on the boiling point, freezing point, and vapor pressure of various compounds. Learn how hydrogen bonding, ionic bonding, and London dispersion forces influence these properties in different groups of molecules.

Understanding Reaction Rate Decrease Over Time
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This explanation delves into the phenomenon where the reaction rate decreases over time due to the decrease in reactant concentration, resulting in fewer successful collisions and reactions, without revealing specific examples or findings.

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