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SINGLE CHAIN
IDENTICAL SUBUNITS
APPROXIMATE MOLECULAR MASS
KDA
APPROXIMATELY
MASSIVE
FIGURE
FORMULA
ENZYME
MATURE
GASES
CARBON MONOXIDE
MOLECULAR WEIGHT
HYDROGENS
DETERMINATIONS
MOLECULES
MOLECULE
SUBSTANCE
MOLAR MASS
SYNONYMOUSLY
NUCLEONS
MOLECULAR FORMULA
ELEMENTS
MASS
HIGH ALTITUDES
PROTEINS
ISOELECTRIC POINT
COMPOUND
MOLECULAR MASS
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Definitions

  1. The molecular mass is not the mass of one molecule.
  2. Relative molecular mass is abbreviated to M r.
  3. The average molecular mass is the abundance weighted mean (average) of the molecular masses in a sample. (Web site)
  4. The molecular mass was in good accordance with the results of SDS-PAGE (20 kDa). (Web site)

Single Chain

  1. The protein has a molecular mass of 74kDa, and consists of a single chain with 5 distinct domains.

Identical Subunits

  1. Rasburicase is a tetrameric protein with identical subunits of a molecular mass of about 34kDa. (Web site)

Approximate Molecular Mass

  1. Coagulation Factor IX (Recombinant) is a glycoprotein with an approximate molecular mass of 55,000 Da consisting of 415 amino acids in a single chain. (Web site)

Kda

  1. Deduced properties of BC. The accC gene product (BC) was shown to be composed of 509 amino acids with a calculated molecular mass of 57.1 kDa. (Web site)

Approximately

  1. The biotinylated protein on an SDS-15% PAGE gel was shown to have a molecular mass of approximately 20 kDa. (Web site)

Massive

  1. Catalogues of clouds exhibit that most of the molecular mass is concentrated in the most massive object, which comprise several million solar masses.

Figure

  1. As can be seen in Figure 4, regA protein and gene 44RE RNA co-eluted at a position corresponding to a molecular mass of ~20 kDa.

Formula

  1. Using this formula, you can determine that the relative molecular mass of ethane in Figure 3 is 30.0701 amu.

Enzyme

  1. The molecular mass of the purified enzyme was calculated from the average relative mobility compared to the molecular weight standards (Bio-Rad). (Web site)

Mature

  1. The molecular mass of the mature protein with 655 amino acid residues is 72.2 kDa, as calculated with MacVector. (Web site)
  2. The mature protein consists of 377 amino acids with a calculated molecular mass of 40,570 Da. (Web site)

Gases

  1. The physical state depends on molecular mass (gases from ethene to butene - liquids from pentene onwards).
  2. Nonpolar molecular compounds of low molecular mass tend to be gases.

Carbon Monoxide

  1. Carbon monoxide resembles molecular nitrogen (N 2), and it has nearly the same molecular mass.

Molecular Weight

  1. Actually, what is meant by molecular weight is molecular mass. (Web site)

Hydrogens

  1. For hydrocarbons, once the number of carbons has been determined the number of hydrogens is the molecular mass less 12 times the number of carbons.

Determinations

  1. Among the determinations that can be achieved with mass spectrometry are molecular mass, molecular structure, and sample purity. (Web site)

Molecules

  1. A similar definition applies to molecules; it is then called molecular mass.
  2. You find it only by counting atoms or molecules in something of known relative molecular mass.

Molecule

  1. Liquid water's high boiling point is due to the high number of hydrogen bonds each molecule can form relative to its low molecular mass. (Web site)

Substance

  1. This has a numerical value which is the average molecular mass of the molecules in the substance multiplied by Avogadro's constant approximately 6.022*10 23. (Web site)

Molar Mass

  1. Many chemists use molecular mass as a synonym of molar mass,[ 3] differing only in units (see average molecular mass below). (Web site)

Synonymously

  1. This is often closer to what is meant when "molecular mass" and "molar mass" are used synonymously and may have derived from shortening of this term. (Web site)

Nucleons

  1. The molecular mass (M r) of an element is determined by its nucleons. (Web site)

Molecular Formula

  1. Regardless, the terms molecular mass and molecular formula are often casually (but now incorrectly) applied to these ionic substances.

Elements

  1. It contains elements that allow you to solve for other quantities, such as density or molecular mass.

Mass

  1. The molecular mass of something is the mass of one mole of it (in cgs units), or one kilomole of it (in MKS units).
  2. Because moles of a substance are determined by mass divided by molecular mass, it can create an interesting variant we will discuss later.

High Altitudes

  1. At these high altitudes, the residual atmospheric gases sort into strata according to molecular mass (see turbosphere).

Proteins

  1. With SDS treatment, the proteins will migrate as a function of their molecular mass.
  2. The approximate molecular mass of the separated proteins is therefore a function of their migration distance.

Isoelectric Point

  1. The molecular mass of the enzyme is 17.7 kD with an isoelectric point of 4.2; glutamine is the N-terminal residue.

Compound

  1. One can compute the molecular mass of a compound by adding the atomic masses of its constituent atoms (nuclides). (Web site)
  2. This determination typically involves two steps: (1) elemental analysis of the compound and (2) determination of the molecular mass. (Web site)
  3. If the compound is molecular, then the terms molecular mass or molar mass may properly describe this quantity. (Web site)

Molecular Mass

  1. Avogadro's number (N A) and the mole are defined so that one mole of a substance with atomic or molecular mass 1 u will have a mass of precisely 1 gram.
  2. The molecular mass of the compound is provided; use this value and the empirical formula to determine the molecular formula for the unknown compound. (Web site)
  3. The molecular formula is then determined from both the empirical formula and the molecular mass of a substance.

Categories

  1. Molecular Formula
  2. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Nature > Chemistry > Empirical Formula
  3. Isoelectric Point
  4. Molecular Biology > Proteins > Proteomics > Mass Spectrometry
  5. Molecular Weight
  6. Books about "Molecular Mass" in Amazon.com

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