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Posted by harry on Tuesday, April 10, 2012 at 8:29am.

One enzyme- catalyzed reaction in a biochemical cycle has an equilibrium constant (K1) that is 10 times the equilibrium constant (K2) of a second reaction. If the standard Gibbs energy of the former reaction is - 300 kJ mol-1, what is the standard reaction Gibbs energy of the second reaction?

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