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Molecular Interaction Studies in the System of Glucose +α-Amylase at 298.15 K

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The ultrasonic velocities and densities in binary liquid mixtures of commonly used carbohydrates (glucose C6H12O6) with enzyme (α-amylase) have been measured at 298.15 K. The values of ultrasonic velocity for the binary mixtures for various concentrations have been computed using several well known theoretical models and empirical relations like free length theory (FLT), Rao's formalism (RF), Dausso Model (DM) and Junjie's Relation (JR). The estimated theoretical values and the validity of these theoreies and their relation are discussed with the existence of molecular interaction, ideal and non-ideal behavior.
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Keywords: GLUCOSE; THEORETICAL MODELS; ULTRASONIC VELOCITY; α-AMYLASE

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: September 1, 2013

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