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Lec 14: Hydrolysis of ATP: A. Yields 686 kcal/mol energy B. Requires 686 kcal/mol energy C. Yields 7.3 kcal/mol D. Requires 7.3 kcal/mol Spontaneous reactions have: A. A G = 0 B. A positive G C. A negative G D. A lot of fun Free energy: The portion of a system’s energy that A. Is available to perform work B. Is unavailable to perform work C. Is consumed during a reaction D. Is not required in a reaction Energy can be neither A. Transferred or transformed B. Created or destroyed C. Modified or manipulated D. Used or discarded Lec 15: Unstable intermediates formed in most chemical reactions
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A. Modified states B. Transition states C. Formation states D. Soluble states Enzymes _______ the activation energy of a reaction A. Raise B. lower C. consume D. Do not affect The substance on which an enzyme acts is called the: A. Substrate B. Active site C. Cofactor D. Coenzyme A reaction with a G < 0 will A. Never happen B. Proceed spontaneously C. Be endothermic Lec 16: Redox reactions: A reactant that loses an electron is A. reduced B. oxidized C. reformed
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D. detoxified
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2009 for the course BSC 114 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Alabama.

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