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A ligand isbound to a protein with an interaction energye(a)-K where the interaction constant0.050 the protein. The probability density for the distance between teh ligand and the protein is p(x)- and x is the distance between the ligand and exp( ) 2k Part A calculate o eAssume T-310K. loo ezp( )dz= 367x10-10 in 1 Submit Previous Answers Correct PartEB Calculate the root-mean-sqaure displacement Erms between the ligand and the protein zmns = 2.93-10-10 m Submit Previous Answers Correct Significant Figures Feedback: Your answer 2.93.10-10m was either rounded differently or used a different number of significant figures than required for this partPart C Calculate the average distance aveof a ligand from the protein. oe 2.33-10-10 m Correct Significant Figures Feedback: Your answer 2.33-10-10 m was either rounded differently or used a different number of significant figures than required for this part Part D 1. The variance is defined as σ2- /(zaj-<z)2 The standard deviation in turn is the square root of the variance and is a measure of the dispersion of ligand-protein distances. Calculate the standard deviation of the ligand-protein distances. σ 1.76x10-10 m Correct Significant Figures Feedback: Your answer 1.77.10-10m was either rounded differently or used a different number of significant figures than required for this part.Part E Calculate the molar internal energy U of binding at T-310K U1290J mol Previous A Correct Part F Calculate the molar entropy of binding at T-310K Value Units Submit Request Answer Provide Feedback

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