Subject: concentration of ionic species of amino acids in increasing pH
Date: Thu Nov 22 08:34:51 2007
Posted by Vandi
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Area of science: Biochemistry
Hi. I would like to know how to work out the different concentrations of amino
acid species (eg. arginine in ph 2,6 and 9.3). How do you calculate these type
of Biochemical equations? Do amino acids ionize from 0 or from +2? eg. lys
2+ ,lys +, lys 0 and lys -. Thank you.
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