Hey guys... First time posting, I'm a univ student too

Doing an assignment. 5 other people and me have tackled through 9 problems, and just have 2 left. We've spent so many hours over days doing this, and we're just stuck. I've got like 10 pages of rough notes for each question, I'm just looking for the answer showing work now

Here are the questions:

Absorbance spectrosopy can be used to monitor changes in redox equilibria. The figure below

shows the spectral changes of the redox protein cytochrome c as it changes from it oxidized to its

reduced form. The protein is adsorbed on a transparent electrode and the spectra are obtained at

different applied potentials (given in the figure). The total amount of protein is completely

oxidized at +250 mV, and the total amount of protein is completely reduced at -250 mV. A

mixture of the two forms (oxidized and reduced) exists at all of the other four potentials.

a) Let x be the fraction of protein in the reduced form. Then, x = 0 for the peak in spectrum (a)

and x = 1 for the peak in spectrum (f). Find the fraction of protein in the reduced form for

each of the four middle curves.

b) From the results in part (a), calculate log([ red]/[ox]), then, using the Nernst equation,

calculate n, the number of electrons involved in the reaction, and E0.

It's referring to Figure1 in this link:

http://img109.imageshack.us/img109/6228/fig1.jpg11. Considering the spectra below, calculate

a) the molar absorptivities of Co-EDTA and Ni-EDTA at their peak maxima;

b) the concentration in g/L-1 of Co and Ni in the mixture (Fig c). Note: b = 1 cm.

Here is the figure for this question:

http://img691.imageshack.us/img691/4421/fig2x.jpgThanks to anyone that helps. Due in 2 days