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A solution of 5 gm of haemoglobin(molecular weight = 64000) in 100 cc of solution shows a temperature raise of 0.031 degree for complete oxygenation. each mole of haemoglobin binds 4 mole of oxygen. if the heat capacity of the solution is 4.18 k-1 cm-3, calculate delta H per gm mole of oxygen bond.
A solution of 5 gm of haemoglobin(molecular weight = 64000) in 100 cc of solution shows a temperature raise of 0.031 degree for complete oxygenation. each mole of haemoglobin binds 4 mole of oxygen. if the heat capacity of the solution is 4.18 k-1 cm-3, calculate delta H per gm mole of oxygen bond.

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4 years ago

yash
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```							for 1 cc 4.18 then for 100 cc 418no. of mole of Hb , 5/64000=0.07milli moles C deltaT = -418 x 0.031 =12.95  ( delta H = -cdelta T0this is for 0.07milli moles the for 1 mole -166025.28Jas on mole of hb reacts with 4 mole as given then for one mole of oxygen divide it by 4 we get – 41.5 KJ
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