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How do you calculate the free energy change for the acetyl phospahate hydrolysis in a solution of 2 mM acetate, 2 mM phosphate and 3 nM acetyl phosphate. The standard state free energy of hydolysis of acetyl phosphate is /\G = -42.3 kJ/mol.

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