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(Control Reaction of OPD+H2O2 in DMSO)
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Looking at this data, the Myoglobin did act as a catalyst for this reaction. This reaction did not proceed forwards at the same rate at all compared to the catalyzed reaction.
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Control Reaction of OPD+H2O2 in DMSO

While Dhea is calculating molar absorptivity of DAP, I am going to run control reactions with the KCl/Buffered solutions Dr. Hartings lyopholized earlier this week. Today, I'm running the Citrate and Phosphate buffers in the morning in DMSO, at 25°C-65°C.


Citrate Data:


Phosphate Data:

Acetate Data:

Tris Data:


Looking at this data, the Myoglobin did act as a catalyst for this reaction. This reaction did not proceed forwards at the same rate at all compared to the catalyzed reaction.


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