Subject: Why is a Hanes-Wolf plot not the greatest to determine kinetic parameters?
Date: Thu Dec 11 23:38:11 2003
Posted by Jimmy
Grade level: undergrad
School: Cal State Fullerton
City: Fullerton State/Province: CA
Area of science: Biochemistry
When I took a course in Biochemistry ~2 years ago, I was told by my instructor that the
Hanes Wolf plot ( [S]/v as a function of [S] ) is not the best plot to use because the
independent variable, [S], is also on the dependent axis. Is that true? If so, why? Thanks
for your time.
Re: Why is a Hanes-Wolf plot not the greatest to determine kinetic parameters?
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