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Haemoglobin properties.

by fomenkoa
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fomenkoa
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Mar23-06, 07:30 PM
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hello everyone.

I was wondering if anyone knew a site that would tell me the properties of haemoglobin such as its boiling point, melting point, etc.. I can't seem to find any. I am doing a project on the "heme group" and I need to find properties such as weight, bp, ml, etc for heme group, or at least haemoglobin. How should I go about it?

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Anton
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Mar23-06, 08:32 PM
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You should look in the merck index.
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Mar23-06, 10:29 PM
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Keep in mind that there are compounds which do not have melting or boiling points --- they decompose at temperatures less than what is necessary to exhibit phase changes.


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