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2 Rapid Reactions And Transient States

G. Hammes, P. Schimmel
Published 1970 · Chemistry

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Publisher Summary This chapter discusses the kinetic treatment and analysis of rapid reactions and transient states. An attempt has been made to give a comprehensive description of major approaches to the kinetic treatment of transient states in enzyme kinetics. The chapter discusses the kinetic systems far from equilibrium. Some exact and approximate solutions to rate equations are considered, and the use of computers for solving rate equations is discussed in the chapter. The general theory is developed along with the consideration of some particularly useful cases. Throughout this chapter, an attempt has been made to develop examples that are directly relevant to enzymic mechanisms. A few selected experimental results are presented in the chapter to illustrate the type of information that can be obtained about enzymic reactions by the use of rapid reaction techniques.
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