FL1 C/P #40 and #48

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Ambery
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FL1 C/P #40 and #48

Post by Ambery » Sat May 19, 2018 7:27 pm

For #40, why doesn't NAD+/NADH reduction potential play a role?

And In passage 9, I am confused about compound 3. Isn't it just substituting H with a H? Why was there a huge jump in deltaH? Also I am not sure how deltaH->H+ = 181 is calculated? The numbers do not add up.

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Re: FL1 C/P #40 and #48

Post by NS_Tutor_Katelyn » Thu Jun 07, 2018 2:11 pm

Ambery wrote:For #40, why doesn't NAD+/NADH reduction potential play a role?

And In passage 9, I am confused about compound 3. Isn't it just substituting H with a H? Why was there a huge jump in deltaH? Also I am not sure how deltaH->H+ = 181 is calculated? The numbers do not add up.

Thank you!
The voltage change for oxygen must be greater than the voltage change for NADH, Fe, and FMN, makin 0.82 the only possible answer. I’m not entirely sure if that answers your question though, so let me know if I’m missing what’s confusing you please!

As to your second question, yes, in compound 3 X is simply H, which is why the Hf for H is equivalent to the Hf for X+
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