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Gavin Kellerman 1D
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Postby Gavin Kellerman 1D » Tue Mar 06, 2018 10:27 pm

In the chart, what does the G in the units for initial rate mean ((mmol G)/L*s)?

Morgan Baxter 1E
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Re: 15.17

Postby Morgan Baxter 1E » Tue Mar 06, 2018 11:03 pm

The mmol G means the amount of moles of product G. The L^-1 s^-1 is per liter second. Mol/L s is a typical unit for rate. The only difference is that this is millimol instead of mol, and it is specifying that it is millimol of G, as opposed to product F.

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