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Protein Crystal Molecules Question
I have this question-- can anyone solve it, and how did you solve it? To the nearest power of 10, how many protein molecules with a molecular
weight of 25,000 are found in a crystal that is 3 mm on each side?
(Assume that a crystal is 50% water and that the density of a protein is
the same as that of water)
Re: Protein Crystal Molecules Question
The key here is, "assume the density of a protein is the same as that of water".
This gives you a conversion between volume (of the cube) and mass (of the protein).
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