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By combining the equations in the table and others previously treated, find:

(a) the standard chemical potential change for the formation reaction of sulfuric acid in water:

. The standard free energy of formation of water at 25oC is - 237 kJ/mole. Compare your result with the value given in the table of Problem 10.5.

(b) the standard electrode potential of the half-cell reaction:

Compare the result with the value given for this reaction in Table 10.2.

Chap. 11 Biothermodynamics

11.1 Introduction 2

11.2 Amino Acids 2

11.3 Glucose 3

11.4 Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) 5

11.4.1 Synthesis 6

11.4.2 Hydrolysis and phosphorylation 7

11.4.3 Regeneration by oxidative phosphorylation 8

11.5 Protein structures 11

11.6 Ligand binding 13

11.6.1 Identical and independent binding sites 14

11.6.2 Dual independent binding sites 17

11.6.3 Cooperative ligand binding - myoglobin to hemoglobin 20

11.6.4 Competition for sites - O2 Vs CO on hemoglobin 22

11.7 Osmotic pressure 27

11.7.1 Osmometers 27

11.7.2 Osmotic second virial coefficient 29

11.7.3 Osmosis in electrolytes 31

11.7.4 Membrane potential difference 33

11.8 Separation of proteins by liquid-liquid extraction 34

11.8.1 Formation of the two phases 35

11.8.2 Effect of electrolyte (salt) addition 38

11.8.3 Protein distribution 39

11.9 Calorimetry 40

11.9.1 Bomb calorimetry 40

11.9.2 Adiabatic calorimetry 41

Titration mode 41

Differential scanning mode 43

References 45

Problems 46

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