44107a_Q1 - 3 The reaction in glycolysis catalyzed by pyruvate kinase(which we have not yet studied has a K eq of about 3.6 × 10 5 ∆ G° for

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Name ______________________________________ Signature _________________________________ BICH 441 January 24, 2007 Quiz 1 NO CALCULATORS! Questions 1-3 (2 pts each). Circle the letter of the best answer. R = 8.31 J/mol•°K 1. G°' for the conversion of X to Y is –12 kJ/mol. K eq ' for this reaction is: A. 130 B. 2 C. 0.01 D. 0.0001 2. G for the reaction in Question 1 (conversion of X to Y) in a solution that contains 10 mM X and 0.1 mM Y is approximately: (assume the temperarure is 25°C) A. 0 kJ/mol B. –12 kJ/mol C. –24 kJ/mol D. Not enough information is given to answer.
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Unformatted text preview: 3. The reaction in glycolysis catalyzed by pyruvate kinase (which we have not yet studied) has a K eq ' of about 3.6 × 10 5 . ∆ G°' for this reaction is approximately: A. –32 kJ/mol B. –16 kJ/mol C. –1 kJ/mol D. 16 kJ/mol 4 (2 pts). Draw the structure of the product of the reaction in glycolysis that is catalyzed by phosphoglucoisomerase. 5 (7 pts). Draw the reaction catalyzed by glucokinase. Show the names and structures of reactants and products. Draw the structure of ATP, but you do not need to draw ADP....
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