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Enzymologia 4:148–156. Krebs, Hans, and Martin, Anne (1981). Reminiscences and Reflections. Oxford, UK: Clarendon Press. se/medicine/laureates/1953/Ͼ. Krebs Cycle The Krebs cycle is a series of enzymatic reactions that catalyzes the aerobic metabolism of fuel molecules to carbon dioxide and water, thereby generating energy for the production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) molecules. The Krebs cycle is so named because much of its elucidation was the work of the British biochemist Hans Krebs.
One krypton compound, krypton difluoride (KrF2), is commercially available in small quantities. S E E A L S O Gases; Noble Gases; Ramsay, William; Travers, Morris. Richard Mowat Bibliography Almqvist, Ebbe (2003). History of Industrial Gases. New York: Kluwer Academic/ Plenum Publishers. , ed. (2003). The CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics, 84th edition. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press. l rare earth elements: older name for the lanthanide series of elements, from lanthanum to lutetium atomic number: the number assigned to an atom of an element that indicates the number of protons in the nucleus of that atom Lanthanides The lanthanide or rare earth elements (atomic numbers 57 through 71) typically add electrons to the 4f orbitals as the atomic number increases, but lanthanum (4f 0) is usually considered a lanthanide.
In general, for a mechanism of many steps (including their reverse), the construction of the overall rate law is quite difficult, requiring an approximation or a computer for a numerical analysis. One common approximation 7 Kinetics Figure 1. The time-dependence of the concentration of the reactant in firstorder and second-order reactions. The two reactions have the same initial rate. Note how the reactant takes longer to disappear in a second-order reaction. Concentration of reactant, [Reactant] k small k large Second order First order Second order First order Time intermediate: molecule, often short-lived, that occurs while a chemical reaction progresses but is not present when the reaction is complete phase: homogeneous state of matter is the steady-state assumption, in which the net rate of formation of any intermediate (B in the present example) is set equal to zero.