Calculate the reaction gibbs energy, Physics

Under standard state conditions at 37 oC, a biochemical reaction :

            A ↔ B + C

has an equilibrium constant K = 0.0422 mol/dm3.

(i) Calculate the standard reaction Gibbs energy.       

(ii) In the cytoplasm of a cell at 37 oC, the concentrations are:

[A] = 0.0446 M, [B]= [C]= 1.5 x 10-4 M. Calculate the reaction Gibbs energy under these conditions, and comment on your answer.  

 

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