Assuming there are no complex anions, the Nernst equation reads E = E 0 −(RT zF)ln([red] [ox]) (1.5) where R is the universal gas constant, T is the absolute temperature in Kelvin, z is the charge number of the electrode reaction, and F is the Faraday constant (96,500 C mol−1). The electrode potential E at the anode can be written as
Enzyme Reactions with Mass Action Kinetics. Determining the differential rate equations for the reactions in a model is a time-consuming process. A better way is to enter the reactions for a single substrate enzyme reaction mechanism directly into the software. The following example using models an enzyme catalyzed reaction with mass action ...
The Lotka-Volterra Model of Oscillating Chemical Reactions This is the earliest proposed explanation for why a reaction may oscillate. In 1920 Lotka proposed the following reaction mechanism (with corresponding rate equations).
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