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Exam 1 answer key-1 - then the overall reaction has a...

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Exam 1, spring 2007 Answer key Question Key A Key B Key C 1 C D D 2 E C B 3 B A E 4 D A E 5 E C A 6 B D B 7 A B C 8 D E D 9 C E A 10 A A E 11 A B D 12 C C C 13 D D B 14 B A C 15 E E C 16 E D C 17 A C B 18 B B E 19 C C B 20 D C D 21 A C B 22 E B E 23 D E A 24 C B D 25 B D C 26 C E A 27 C B A 28 B A C 29.
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30. Chemical reactions with multiple reactants and multiple products can often be written as two half reactions. For Example: A + B C + D + E Can also be written as: A C B D + E When the first half reaction has a positive ΔG and the second has a larger negative ΔG
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Unformatted text preview: then the overall reaction has a negative ΔG and can proceed. This situation is described as a coupled reaction with the A C part of the reaction being driven by the B D + E part. In the cell, the driving (negative ΔG) half reaction is often ATP ADP + Pi....
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2008 for the course BIOL 212 taught by Professor Shen during the Spring '08 term at Iowa State.

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