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Dissociation Constant:

(1) an equilibrium constant (kd) for the dissociation of a complex of two or more biomolecules into its components; for example, dissociation of a substrate from an enzyme. (2) the dissociation constant of an acid (ka); or base (kb), describing its dissociation into its conjugate base and a proton; or conjugate acid and a hydroxide ion.

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