anonymous
  • anonymous
Need help understanding the dissociation constant Anyone able to explain this concept to me?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
It is a mathematical relationship so yeah anyone?
anonymous
  • anonymous
no first thing its not a mathematical relationsship anyway just one thing wat is meant by free here rest i can xplain

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anonymous
  • anonymous
ok lets start look here P + L-------------->PL this is the reaction now dissociation constant is the ratio of concentration of product by concentration of reaction ok KD=[PL]/[P] + [L] here bracket show concentration and one more thing whenever u are given coefficent in reaction u have to take it as power while calculating KD see this xample 2[P] + 3[L]----------> 3[PL] kD= [PL]^3/[P]^2 + [L]^3 ( u see becomes coefficent of subtance used in reaction beomes power while calculating Kd ok ) hope it works any doubt?

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