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Biochemistry Gibbs Free Energy Problem
JonDate: Sunday, 2014-12-14, 6:47 PM | Message # 1
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Two biochemical reactions have K1/K2 = 10 at temperature T1 = 298K. However, Reaction 1 has ΔH′(1) = 40000 J/mol and Reaction 2 has ΔH′(2) = 15000 J/mol. How much should the temperature should be raised or lowered in order to change the value K1/K2 to 0.3?
 
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