Answer to Question #151108 in Inorganic Chemistry for Ananya

Question #151108
When the terminal phosphate is cleaved from the adenosine triphosphate molecule, the products are adenosine diphosphate and inorganic phosphate, ATP + H2O ––> ADP + Pi, where Pi stands for the various forms of phosphate that exist at the pH of the particular solution. If the total concentration of Pi is 2.5 x 10–2M, what are the concentrations of the predominant forms of phosphate that exist at pH 7.4?
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2020-12-15T07:51:30-0500

During the hydrolysis of the atp into adp there is the existence of various forms of phosphates. To check their ph


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