This is true absorption that takes place in the absorber and corresponds to typical actual plant data. The absorption of acid gases increases with TEG purity.
This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution Licensewhich permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. Study of solubility equilibrium The behavior of bovine serum albumin BSA in water is scarcely studied, and the thermodynamic properties arising from the experimental measurements have not been reported.
Intrinsic viscosity measurements are very useful in assessing the interaction between the solute and solvent. This work discussed in a simple determination of the enthalpy of BSA in aqueous solution when the concentration ranges from 0. The relationship between the concentration and intrinsic viscosity is determined according to the method of Huggins.
The temperature increase reduces the ratio between inherent viscosity and concentration. Furthermore, this work proposes hydrodynamic cohesion value as an indicator of the degree of affinity of protein with water and thermodynamic implications in conformational changes.
Introduction Solubility is the ability of a substance to dissolve into another; it is given by the solubility constant which is in equilibrium with the solute excess or ions excess.
Basic studies on proteins have focused on protein concentration, pH, ionic strength, polymeric additives, the dielectric properties of solvent and solvent mixtures, and effect temperature.
In the case of proteins and polysaccharides, solubility studies are closely related to studies of gelation that try to determine the temperature and the concentration of gelation and Djabourov [ 1 ]. The conformational stability of a protein is determined by intramolecular factors and solvent interactions hydration.
Conformational changes changes in functional activity can be induced by changes in temperature, pressure, and the solvent medium. The technological performance of proteins depends critically on conformation, hydration water-holding capacityand solubility.
Like other polymers, proteins can be characterized by their chain conformations. However, methods of polymer statistics cannot be applied to most proteins because they adopt specific native conformations under different physiological conditions.
Since proteins are polyelectrolytes, their solubility behavior is governed largely by electrostatic ionic interactions. Barton [ 3 ] worked with solubility parameters, trying to explain their nature and to extend solubility theory to liquid mixtures.
Cohesion parameters solubility parameters provide one of the simplest methods for correlating and predicting the cohesive and adhesive properties of polymers and solvents based on the knowledge of the properties of the individual components isolated.
This restriction usually limits this approach to nonelectrolyte solutions, but an extension of it to ionic systems is possible. General theories of the liquid state and of solutions involve complex expressions linking molecular interaction potential energy, thermal energy, and volume; for many practical purposes it is convenient to use simple or semiempirical methods.
Often, a mixture of two solvents, one with a higher value and the other with a lower value than that of the solute, is a better solvent than each of the two components of the mixture Barton [ 4 ].
Mangarj [ 6 ] was the first author to work with intrinsic viscosities relating it the Hildebrand and Hansen solubility parameters.
Bozdogan [ 7 ] applied the intrinsic viscosity-temperature data of polystyrene PS fractions in decalin, cyclohexane, dioctyl phthalate and toluene solutions in theta temperatures, and obtained solubility parameters.
This author proposed an equation using the critical volume fraction and segment number of the polymer PS for calculating the partial molar entropy of a polymer in dilute solution.
Shulgin and Ruckenstein [ 8 ] studied the local composition around protein molecules in aqueous mixtures containing polyethylene glycol PEG and solubility of proteins in water-PEG solutions. They concluded that their theory predicts that PEG acts as a salting-out agent for lysozyme, -lactoglobulin, and bovine serum albumin.
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Solvents can have an effect on solubility, stability and reaction rates and choosing the appropriate solvent allows for thermodynamic and kinetic control over a chemical reaction. Overview of milling techniques for improving the solubility of poorly water-soluble drugs.
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BiologyPart II (Biochemistry and Molecular Cell Biology) Section VI: Structure and Function in Cells and Viruses; Section. The behavior of bovine serum albumin (BSA) in water is scarcely studied, and the thermodynamic properties arising from the experimental measurements have not been reported.
Intrinsic viscosity measurements are very useful in assessing the interaction between the solute and solvent. This work discussed in a simple determination of the enthalpy of BSA in aqueous solution when the .