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You have a 100 mMoles of A in the 10 ml reaction mixture which contains buffer and enzyme. The reaction is allowed to reach equilibrium at 25 o C and you measure the concentration of B as 10 mM. What is the delta Go' for the reaction in KJ.

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    Wouldn't dGo be -RT*lnK
    ............A ==> B
    I...........100...0
    C...........-x....x
    E..........100-x..10
    Since x = 10, then 100-x = 90.
    Solve for K, then substitute into the above equation to obtain dGo in J, convert kJ.

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