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van't Hoff

(vahnt hof),
Jacobus H., Dutch chemist and Nobel laureate, 1852-1911. See: van't Hoff equation, van't Hoff law, van't Hoff theory, Le Bel-van't Hoff rule.
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In order to elucidate the interaction of ligands to the BSA, the thermodynamic parameters ([DELTA]G, [DELTA]H and [DELTA]S) have been calculated by using van't Hoff equation at the temperatures 298, 303 and 308 K.
Thermodynamics (Van't Hoff) C Slope [DELTA]H [DELTA]S [DELTA]G [R.sup.2] (K) (KJ/Mol) (KJ/MolK) (KJ/Mol) KT 9.41 -2.52 48.27 0.18 -6.33 0.98 AT 7.97 -2.11 40.40 0.15 -5.8 0.94 KI 9.54 -2.58 49.30 0.18 -5.95 0.96 AI 8.07 -2.14 40.96 0.15 -5.86 0.96 Key: Coag.
Using the data shown in Table 1, we could obtain the van't Hoff equations at different scan rates, which are given in Table 2.
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Strained hydrocarbons; beyond the van't Hoff and Le Bel hypothesis,
van't Hoff's suggestion of the tetrahedral arrangement of the carbon atoms.
de Kruif, Van't Hoff Laboratory, Debye Institute, Utrecht University, 3584CH, Utrecht, Netherlands; phone: +31 30 253 91 11; fax: +31 30 253 33 88; email: deKruif@nizo.nl.