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    help me with rg plzz i wanna go sleep but first need to finish this :mad:
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    Yeah i'm on Rg but i'm struggling
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    (Original post by Chemistry 456)
    Is anyone still up and on Rg?
    am and i really want finish this
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    (Original post by happymonkey7)
    am and i really want finish this
    So do I. Previous comments say use hypergeometric distribution. Does anyone know what that is?
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    Same but I reckon if we all work together then we can get it done. I googled it and glycine has a molar mass of 75.1. But as they are in a chain that means that they will lose a water of each molecule of glycine except for the end ones. So I was thinking if we put 57.1+18 (that equals 1 glycine) the we continue to add 57 (which is glycine without a water group) the eventually we should get to the right answer what do you think?
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    (Original post by Chemistry 456)
    So do I. Previous comments say use hypergeometric distribution. Does anyone know what that is?
    have no idea...
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    (Original post by john smilth)
    Same but I reckon if we all work together then we can get it done. I googled it and glycine has a molar mass of 75.1. But as they are in a chain that means that they will lose a water of each molecule of glycine except for the end ones. So I was thinking if we put 57.1+18 (that equals 1 glycine) the we continue to add 57 (which is glycine without a water group) the eventually we should get to the right answer what do you think?
    It is worth a try
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    I read back earlier in the forum that it's bigger than 500 but there was a message saying it was smaller than 2000 but then the said that was wrong so I believe that one of us should start at 500 ( actually 531 then you add on 57 each time and try it) the next person starts at 1000 (1044 same reason as before) and if we have a third he/she starts at 1500 (1500 same reason as before)
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    (Original post by john smilth)
    Same but I reckon if we all work together then we can get it done. I googled it and glycine has a molar mass of 75.1. But as they are in a chain that means that they will lose a water of each molecule of glycine except for the end ones. So I was thinking if we put 57.1+18 (that equals 1 glycine) the we continue to add 57 (which is glycine without a water group) the eventually we should get to the right answer what do you think?
    Not that tried them all
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    (Original post by Chemistry 456)
    Not that tried them all
    Poo
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    can't think anymore...im going to bed... good luck with rg guys
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    if u guys manage to get the answer plzz PM hints
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    Any luck?
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    (Original post by john smilth)
    Any luck?
    No
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    (Original post by Chemistry 456)
    No
    I'm going to continue this later night
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    If you get any closer please PM me
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    Still trying here I got 75.07 for Mr of glycine then + 2 for the N15 then I add 57.07 each time so kinda looks like - (75.07+2) x n(57.07) ?
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    (Original post by Smithy17)
    Still trying here I got 75.07 for Mr of glycine then + 2 for the N15 then I add 57.07 each time so kinda looks like - (75.07+2) x n(57.07) ?
    Any other ideas?
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    Has anyone had any luck with Rg
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    (Original post by john smilth)
    Has anyone had any luck with Rg
    No and I'm beyond frustrated!! I have no idea how to even have a go uGH
 
 
 
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