Problem: You may want to reference (Pages 145 - 148) Section 4.5 while completing this problem.Calicheamicin gamma-1, C55H74IN3O21S4, is one of the most potent antibiotics known: One molecule kills one bacterial cell. Calculate the volume of the antibiotic solution needed to kill the bacteria from Part A.

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The concentration of the antibiotic is 6.64x10-15

6.022x1023 molecules = 1 mole
1 molecule of antibiotic = kill 1 bacterial cell

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You may want to reference (Pages 145 - 148) Section 4.5 while completing this problem.

Calicheamicin gamma-1, C55H74IN3O21S4, is one of the most potent antibiotics known: One molecule kills one bacterial cell. Calculate the volume of the antibiotic solution needed to kill the bacteria from Part A.

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