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Thermodynamics and Kinetics Lecture 36 Notes: Oscillators

Today is the last lecture of this series. It is only 40 minutes long.

The turnover number is the rate per second. The number of times a reactant turns into a product per second per catalyst.
K = rate of product/moles of enzyme
dP/dt/(Eo) = k max/Eo

Oscillating reactions are interesting. Coupled differential equations.
A + B = 2B
-dA/dt=k A B
B=Bo +2(Ao-A) -(Ao-A)
This leads to an S shaped curve.

Lotka Voltera Mechanism
A + B =2B
B+C = 2C
dB/dt = k1AB-k2BC
Assume we are at steady state. Then preturb away from it. Harmonic response.

Man = 20 to 20k
organic layer top, aqueous below
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Tooth: enamel, dentis, pulp


Op Amp
Non Inverting G = Vo/Vi = 1+Rf/Ro
Inverting G = -Rf/Ro

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BRASS breathe relax aim slack squeeze
BLISS blend low irregular small secluded
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METTTC mission enemy troops terrain time civilians
SPLC staffing probabilities logistics contingencies

1st Law dU = dQ + dW
2nd Law dS = dQ rev/T
3rd Law OK, s=0

Sensory Layer: fovea, macula, peripheral

Add acid to water, not water to acid

u = G/n
Polymerization: condensation/radical

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high pass filter, differentiator
low pass filter, integrator

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