A if k eq is greater than 1 and g is negative b if k

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a. If K eq is greater than 1 and G’° is negative. b. If K eq is 0 and G’° is negative. c. If K eq is negative and G’° is negative. d. If K eq is less than 1 and G’° is positive. 7. Which of the following has a thioester bond? a. Phosphoenolpyruvate. b. ATP. c. phosphocreatine. d. acetyl-CoA. e. NADH. 8. Which of the following carbon-containing molecules is most fully oxidized? 9. Electrons can be transferred from one molecule (electron donor) to another molecule (electron acceptor) by all of the following ways except: 10. Below are the standard reduction potentials (E’°) for two conjugate redox pairs: Pyruvate-/lactate- E’° = –0.185v NAD+/NADH E’° = –0.320v Which of the following is true?
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11. When the Keq of a reaction is equal to one, then the G, in kJ/mole is (this is a thought problem; it does not require R, T, ö or any other constants): a. 10. b. 1.0. c. 0. d. -1. e. - 10. Some standard E’ o values in volts for half cells are: NAD + /NADH -0.32 v Fumarate/Succinate 0.03 v FAD/FADH 2 -0.22 v Ferredoxin +3 /Ferredoxin +2 -0.43 v Cytochrome-a 0.29 v Oxaloacetate/Malate -0.17 v Cytochrome-c 0.25 ½ O 2 /water 0.82 v
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