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Sir pls take structural part of these..as well …like active form of all bioinorganic molecules…
Thanks sir for this video
This video is very helpfull for me and the previous bioinorganic crash course too. If possible please make a video of other part of Bioinorganic Chemistry. Thanks a lot!. Yours previous videos also gave me lots of additional concept, tricks for NET and its also giving too.
And please try to make suggestive videos of some physical chemistry topics like Phase, colligative properties, polymer chemistry and Colloids & surfaces
Thanks a lot sir
Wow ! Mind blowing concept .
Thanks sir 🤗
Thanks a lot sir..
Thank you it was just amazing Sir also make video on Fe-S clusters
Very good video sir
Hello Sir.. Whenever watch ur video…. I do understand everything bt later on when I read the same thing m nt able to recall the mechanism…… Specially proline one…. What to do….. M preparing for net….. Kindly suggest
Vice quality is bad but knowledge is good
Sir I have no words to thank u. I was solving Prev year paper in which this very qn came :
The Cooperative binding of O2 in hemoglobin is due to:
1. A decrease in size of iron followed by changes in protein conformation
2. An increase in size of iron followed by changes in the protein conformation
3. A decreasing size of iron that is not accompanied by the protein conformational change
4. A increase in size of iron that is not accompanied by the protein conformational change
I could never have solve this if I haven't watch this video.
I don't go to coaching and I don't know even they tell about this concept or not.
Love you sir.