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A brief introduction to the many unique features of KinTek Explorer software in modeling kinetic and equilibrium data.
This video walks through each step involved to import data and fit it to a user-created model and experiment, including setting initial rate constants and output factors.
In this video, we compare conventional data fitting with fitting based upon computer simulation and show the many reasons why the latter is superior.
Here we show the syntax and guidelines for entering reaction mechanisms.
Here we describe the overall navigation for using the software.
In this video, we give guidelines for entering first and second-order rate constants in KinTek Explorer.
This video explains the use of FitSpace confidence contour analysis to provide robust confidence intervals for fitted parameters.
This shows how to enter reactions involving multiple mixing events in sequence.
Here we describe method for normalizing traces within a given concentration series.