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Study Guide Metabolism Terms to know: First law Second law Energy (E) Entropy (S) ∆G (delta G) Spontaneous reaction Enthalpy (H) Exergonic reaction Endergonic reaction Equilibrium constant (Keq) Reaction coupling Activation energy Enzyme Active site Competitive/noncompetitive inhibitor Allosteric regulation Feedback inhibition 1. Explain what energy is and describe the difference between potential and kinetic energy. 2. Recognize how free energy can be used to predict the outcome of a chemical reaction. 3. What is the relationship between ∆G and concentration of reactants and products at chemical equilibrium. 4. Distinguish between endergonic/exergonic reactions. 5. Understand the relationship between ∆G, Keq, spontaneous reaction/non- spontaneous reactions, and rate of chemical reactions. 6. Explain the kinds of reactions that make up metabolism. Distinguish between anabolic/catabolic reactions. 7. How does the ATP molecule store and release energy?
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