The answer is C
Osmosis is a special case of diffusion involving water. In Osmosis, water molecules move from areas of where there’s a higher amount of water (high concentration) concentration to areas where there’s less water (lower concentration)
There is two common methods to separate a phosphorylated protein from the proteins who does not have the phosphate group.
1. Western Blot test
The Western blot test is a method where we separate of the biological sample with SDS- PAGE (electrophoresis method) and then we transfer to a nitrocellulose membrane. We use a phospho-specific antibody to identify the protein of interest.
2. The ELISA test
this test is also a powerful method for measuring protein phosphorylation. Elisa test is more are quantitative than Western blot test and also shows great advantage in studies related with kinase activity. In this test we use a capture antibody specific for the desired protein, independent of the phosphorylation state. The target protein is binded to the antibody-coated plate. and finally a detection antibody specific for the phosphorylation site analyzed is added. In these test it is possible to use colorimetric or fluorometric detection.
Because room temperature is below the ignition temperature of petrol. At this temperature energy in the form of heat, flame, or electric spark is needed to start the reaction.
The theoretical yield in grams is 60.292 grams, and in moles the theoretical yield is 0.384. The percent yield is 94%.
When a molecule is going through any physical change, solid to liquid or liquid to gas, as it changes, the temperature remains constant. it does not increase or decrease, it stays at that temperature/.
For example, water evaporates/ boils at 100 C. if you are heating water to the point of boiling, it will remain 100 C until all the water evaporates. Once it becomes a gas, the temperature will continue to increase