Kinetics data analysis with respect to time [Pg.275]

The kinetics data analysis carried out using the curve fitting method were second-order reactions for chemical oxidation and carbon adsorption processes cept in the following cases K hiO and Salicylic acid 100 mg/l (zero-order reaction) BCMnO and Salicylic acid 500 mg/l (first-order reacfion), Norit PAC 20B and Resorcinol 500 mg/l (first-order reaction), while the reaction orders determined by tune analysis method confirmed the results of the curve fitting analysis in some cases, in other cases, the reaction orders were greater than 2. [Pg.158]

Treatment of Kinetic Data. Analysis of Michaelis-Menten kinetics is greatly facilitated by a linear representation of the data. Converting the Michaelis-Menten Equation 17.10 into Equation 17.12 leads to the popular Lineweaver-Burk plot. [Pg.726]

Mannervick, B. "Kinetic Data Analysis" Endrenyi, L.,Ed. Plenum Press New York, 1981 p. 235. [Pg.86]

The procedure of kinetic data analysis and model construction is illustrated for a hybridoma culture (cell line VO 208) in a batch system. The medium used was RPMI 1640 + 5% (v/v) foetal calf serum (PCS) + 2% (v/v) minimum essential medium (MEM) amino acids + 1% non-essential amino acids and initial glucose and glutamine concentrations of 13 mM and 4.5 mM, respectively. [Pg.164]

L. Endrenyi (Ed.), Kinetic Data Analysis Design and Analysis of Enzyme and Pharmacokinetic Experiments, Plenum, New York, 1981. [Pg.170]

There is a need to expand the use of kinetics data analysis by curve frtting method beyond zero, first and second-order reactions. [Pg.160]

Rodda, B.E. Analysis of sets of estimates from pharmacokinetic studies. In Kinetic Data Analysis Endrenyi, L., Ed Plenum Press New York, 1981 285-297. [Pg.2956]

The following conclusions can be inferred from the kinetic data analysis [Pg.378]

Mannervik, B. (1981) Design and analysis of kinetic experiment for discrimination between rival models,in Endrenyi, L.(eds.), Kinetic data analysis, Plenum Pub.Co., New York,pp. [Pg.354]

Numerous examples of applications of nonlinear least squares to kinetic-data analysis have been presented (K7, K8, L3, L4, M7, P2) an exhaustive tabulation of references would, at this point, approach 100 entries. Typical results of a nonlinear estimation and comparison to linear estimates are shown in Table I and discussed in Section III,A,2. Many estimation problems exist, however, as typified in part by Fig. 7. This is the sum-of-squares surface obtained at fixed values of Ks and Ku in the rate equation used for the catalytic hydrogenation of mixed isooctenes (M7) [Pg.117]

Endrenyi, L. Design of experiments for estimating enzyme and pharmacokinetic experiments. In Kinetic Data Analysis of Enzyme and Pharmacokinetic Experiments Endrenyi, [Pg.2958]

Hofmann, Industrial process kinetics and parameter estimation , in ACS Advances in Chemistry, 109, 519-534 (1972) Kinetic data analysis and parameter estimation , in de Lasa, ed., Chemical Reactor Design and Technology, Martinus Nnhoff, 1986, pp. 69-105. [Pg.533]

Barber, P. R., Ameer-Beg, S. M., Gilbey, J. D., Edens, R. J., Ezike, I. and Vojnovic, B. (2005). Global and pixel kinetic data analysis for FRET detection by multi-photon time-domain FLIM. In Multiphoton Microscopy in the Biomedical Sciences V.Vol. 5700. SPIE, San Jose, CA, USA, pp. 171-81. [Pg.144]

There are other ways to identify the factors that regulate cell metabolism, and each researcher may establish suitable methods for a particular system based on kinetic data analysis (Sinclair and Kristiansen, 1987 Engasser et al., 1998 Bonomi and Schmidell, 2001). Nevertheless, the importance of adequate experimental data treatment is evident. This would allow precise specific rate calculations and identification of the associated phenomena. [Pg.192]

For colloidal semiconductor systems, Albery et al. observed good agreement between the value of the radial dispersion obtained from dynamic light scattering and the value found from application of the above kinetic analysis to flash photolysis experiments [144], It should be remembered that this disperse kinetics model can only be applied to the decay of heterogeneous species under unimolecular or pseudo-first order conditions and that for colloidal semiconductors it may only be applied to dispersions whose particle radii conform to equation (37), i.e., a log normal distribution. However, other authors [145] have recently refined the model so that assumptions about the particle size distribution may be avoided in the kinetic data analysis. [Pg.311]

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