Answer to Question #262341 in Molecular Biology for Kyy

Question #262341

Describe how you would calculate ∆G0′ for the reaction: glucose + 6 O2 S6 CO2 + 6 H2O. If you were told that this reaction is highly exergonic, what would be the arithmetic sign (negative or positive) of the ∆G0′ you would expect for this reaction?

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2021-11-08T17:07:02-0500

The chemical reactions which proceed with the evolution of heat energy are called as exothermic reactions.

A + B + C + Î

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