Biochemical Engineering - Heterogeneous Reaction, MM Kinetics


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Oct17-13, 07:01 PM
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I'm doing an essay on imobilized enzymes. I need to evaluate some data i collected, to do that i need a graph that can relate effectiveness and Thiele's Modulus. My problem is that the only graph that i could find was this one: http://imgur.com/aykaMvU

As you can see there's no graduation on the axis and since i have a huge amount of data do analyze i wanted to know if anyone knows where i can find a better plot. I tried to look for analytical solutions to relate effectiveness, Bheta and Thiele's Modulus but since i don't have values for experimental effective diffussivity i'm depending on a good graph.
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