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Stress Pattern

Number of Syllables

Primary Stress

af FI ni ties

4

second

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A(g) + e- > A-(g)

 

eV

kJ/mol

Carbon

1.26

121.85

Oxygen

1.46

140.98

Fluorine

3.40

328.16

Chlorine

3.61

348.57

[Lange's Handbook of Chemistry (15th Edition) p 4.24. McGraw-Hill.|
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Suggested exercises

1. When do we use electron affinities?
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Useful words

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2. Explain to a student that high affinity binding in solution means a low dissociation constant.
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3. Give examples of molecules that bind to DNA with high affinity.
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Kd (dissociation constant)
Kb (binding constant)
ethidium bromide
regulatory proteins
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