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PLEASE READ CAREFULLY FULL FILE AND THEN ONLY TAKE THIS WORK . SEE THE NOTE AT END PAGE CAREFULLY . I NEED IT IN 24 HRS . PLEASE REPLY ASAP.

These are the specifications of the work that I want to be done: 1- I want Environmental factor calculation to be performed on data from literature for the NADH cofactor regeneration methods. 2- there are six types of reactions which are: enzymatic, chemical, electrochemical, photochemical, homogeneous, heterogeneous. Every article will involve application on one of them and it will include one reaction where u can do a calculation for it. 3- I want 5 different calculations for each method on the optimum condition in the paper which provided the highest conversion. 4- A table should be instructed for the results in the following way for example, however u have a better way then let me know: A table including : method, reference, reaction condition ( Temperature, PH, Pressure, etc . ) , compnents participated in reaction ( catalyst, mediator, electron donor, etc.) and the E factor I can choose my own way to construct this table and include whatever I want. After making the table, fill it for each reaction with whats given and can put (-) for whats not given. Note: we have to only do the calculation the the NADH regeneration reaction because am aware that in some papers it include more than one reaction for ex: propanal production + NADH generation reaction , so we have to only include the NADH reaction in our calculation not the other process reaction. This is the method need to be used for the calculation: http://www.rsc.org/suppdata/gc/b8/b815948c/b815948c.pdf This calculation of E factor need to be done on various reactions of nadh regeneration. We have 6 methods for nadh regeneration and we need to do 4-5 calculations for each of them and each calculation should be from a different article. No specific articles to used but u need to use articles that provide all the details that u may use to get the reactants and products amount in order to do the E factor calculation for each reaction

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School: UIUC

attached is my answer

Specification 1:
From the NADH cofactor regeneration methods, we have

The NADH regeneration reaction is given by:

The total amount of reactants is calculated by:

450 mg + 150 mg + 3.27 mg + 6.35 g = 6.95 g
The amount of final product is given as 216 mg = 0.216 g , accepting that a similar measure of
phenol and platinum salt utilized as a part of the start are held in the last impetus.
The amount of waste is calculated by:

6.95 g − 0.216 g = 6.734 g
Finally, the calculation for an environmental factor can be performed on data from the literature
for the NADH cofactor regeneration methods as follow:

E − factor =

Amount of waste
Amount of product

6.734 g
0.216 g
 E − factor = 31.18
 E − factor =

Specification 2:
The enzymatic reaction from the article is given by:

The calculation based on the enzymatic reaction from the article which involves the enzymatic
reaction can be done as follow:


Total amount of reactants = 0.149 g + 16.71g + 0.13 g + 1.291g = 18.28 g



Amount of final product = 1.343g



Amount of waste = 18.28 g − 1.343g = 16.94 g

The chemical reaction from the article is given by:

The calculation based on the chemical reaction from the given article which involves the
chemical reaction can be done as follow:



Total amount of reactants = 4.6 g + 1.9 g + 8.17 g = 14.67 g



Amount of final product = 3.74g



Amount of waste = 14.67 g − 3.74 g = 10.93g

The electrochemical reaction from the article is given by:

The calculation based on the electrochemical reaction from the given article which involves the
electrochemical reaction can be done as follow:


Total amount of reactants = 3.18 g + 0.365 g + 5.57 g = 9.115 g



Amount of final product = 3.62g



Amount of waste = 9.115 g − 3.62 g = 5.495 g

The photochemical reaction from the article is given by:

The calculation based on the photochemical reaction from the given article can be done as
follow:


Total amount of reactants = 98mg + 119mg + 183mg + 671mg + 12mg = 1083mg



Amount of final product = 771mg



Amount of waste = 1083mg − 771mg = 312mg

The homogeneous reaction from the article is given by:

The ca...

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