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Name: __________________________ Date: _____________ 1. A basic solution contains A) more OH ions than H + ions. B) more H + ions than OH ions. C) the same number of OH ions as H + ions. D) no OH ions. E) None of the above 2. Which statement about thermodynamics is true? A) Free energy is used up in an exergonic reaction. B) Free energy cannot be used to do work. C) The total amount of energy can change after a chemical transformation. D) Free energy can be kinetic but not potential energy. E) Entropy has a tendency to increase. 3. Isotopes of an element A) are always unstable and are radioactive. B) have different numbers of protons. C) have the same atomic weight. D) have different numbers of neutrons. E) have different numbers of electrons. 4. Substrate-level phosphorylation is the transfer of a(n) A) phosphate to a protein. B) phosphate to a substrate. C) phosphate to an ADP. D) ATP to a protein. E) phosphate from ATP to a substrate. 5. Rough endoplasmic reticulum and smooth endo plasmic reticulum differ A) only by the presence or absence of ribosomes. B) both in the presence or absence of ribosomes and in their function. C) only in microscopic appearance. D) None of the above Page 1
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6. Which of the following statements about metabolic pathways is false ? A) The product of one reaction becomes the reactant for the next reaction. B) They are a series of enzyme-catalyzed reactions. C) Almost all are anabolic. D) They are similar in all organisms. E)
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