Project #65081 - mutarotation calculation

Using a simple linear application of the mutarotation values (specific optical rotation = optical rotation value/(density x pathlength of D-line of Na), e.g., assuming no interactional effects between the two mutamers, determine the proportion (or percentage) of each of the mutamers at the specific time (ageing) window ; use the information below:

beta-D-glucopyranose specific optical rotation (pure solution) = +19 deg.

alpha-D-glucopyranose specific optical rotation (pure solution) = +112 deg.

An aged solution = +52.7 deg.

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Due By (Pacific Time) 04/10/2015 12:00 am
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