Subject: Why does the hydrophobic effect increase with increased temperature?
Date: Mon Nov 26 07:45:18 2001
Posted by Dana
Grade level: undergrad
School: Cambridge University
City: Cambridge State/Province: Cambridgeshire
Area of science: Biochemistry
hydrophobic effect, as seen in enzymes where hydrophobic regions of amino acids
face inwards, shielding them from water molecules on the outside. Is it
something to do with entropy?
Re: Why does the hydrophobic effect increase with increased temperature?
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