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1. ### How do you prepare...?

For the 1:1000 dilution, add 5 uL of the antibody to 5 mL of the buffer. For the 1:2000 dilution, add 2.5 uL of the antibody to 5 mL of the buffer.

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 17/09/2020

2. ### Redox equation under acidic conditions?

...6e^-6e^- + 16H^+ + 2CrO4^2-  ---> 2Cr^3+ + 8H2O add : 10H^+ + 3C6H8O6 + 2CrO4^2-  ---> 2Cr^3+ + ...

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 20/09/2020

3. ### How do you prepare? ?

... is 0.8 mL. Take a graduated cylinder and add 50 mL or so of water to it. Pipet into that the 10 mL ...

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 17/09/2020

4. ### Chemistry redox balance equation?

...^- ---> 2Tc^4+ + 8H2O3Sn^2+ ---> 3Sn^4+ + 6e^- add : 16H^+ + 2TcO4^- + 3Sn^2+ ---> 2Tc^4+ + 3Sn...

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 20/09/2020

5. ### Help with Solving Limiting Reactant Problem?

(0.390 g H2) / (2.01588 g H2/mol) = 0.19346 mol H2 (52.2 g I2) / (253.80894 g I2/mol) = 0.20566 mol I2 0.19346 mole of H2 would react completely with 0.19346 x (2/2) = 0.19346 mole of I2, but there is more I2 present than that, so I2 is in excess and...

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 18/09/2020

6. ### One method for determining the amount of pyruvic acid, C3H4O3, is to catalyze its decomposition using a yeast enzyme.?

1. The equation is balanced. Use the ideal gas law to calculate moles CO2 collected: PV = n RT 0.983 atm (0.0107 L) = n (0.08206 Latm/molK)(304 K) n = 4.216X10^-4 mol CO2 From the...

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 16/09/2020