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October 1, 2014

Homework Help: biochem

Posted by frank on Saturday, February 9, 2013 at 6:12pm.

I'm stuck on this question, not sure where to start. can you show detail and explain so that it helps me to understand it. help please, thanks.

The value of delta G for the conversion of 3-phosphoglycerate to 2-phosphoglycerate (2PG) is +4.4kj/mol. If the concentration of 3-phosphoglycerate at equilibrium is 1.75mM, what is the concentration of 2-phosphoglycerate. Assume temperature of 25C. Constant R = 0.0083145 kJ/mol

Also another question I have (I think I have it right but not sure)

consider: A + B double arrow C + D
which of the following would decrease delta G, which would increase delta G, which would have no effect on delta G?
Decreasing A and B
Adding a Catalyst
Coupling with ATP hydrolysis
Decreasing C and D

I think Adding a catalyst would have no effect
Decreasing A and B would decrease delta G
Coupling with ATP hydrolysis would also decrease delta G
and decreasing C and D would increase delta G
is that correct?

thanks for the help

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