“Dissociation constant or pKa → indicates the pH where 50% of the drug is ionized (water soluble) and/or 50% non-ionized (lipid soluble); pKeq = pH + log [X]ionized/[X]non-ionized This affects a drug’s solubility, permeability, binding, and other characteristics. How does this happen?”
Why ’tis the sweetest blessing of the fates my son – James will purpose in but a short while. Twisted roads and devious pathways are laid before one when true love is sought, yet in the end, true love conquers all. The heart is moved by its own weight – cherish your love with a […]
Why, good sir, dare I proposition that such a vile thought wasst ever harbored in thy heart? Surely one who useth such rancorous language not befitting of a gentleman is the biggest pile of filth in the world! Pray tell, mayhap one shouldst revise their tongue to better comport to a virtuous code of honor […]
As with all journeys, the destination is oft visited by chance. Luck is a fickle companion, yet if thou acquir’dst patience and stoutness of spirit, thou shalt arrive as planned. Tis no crime to enjoy a mite of amusement along the way. Buy a deck of these playing cards and make it a game. Seek […]
If thy heart says aye, then wait not. For tarrying too long only leads to regret, and that is a burden best lightened.
‘Tis I who coined the phrase “All Swell That Ends Swell,” a rephrasing of the original saying “All’s Well That Ends Well.” ‘Twas a phrase I used to close many of mine tales of tragedy and woe, a reminder that all may be decided in the end. Your destiny awaits you! Get the best books […]