The amino acid glutamine , Chemistry

The amino acid glutamine can be produced bythe following equilibrium in the presence of a suitable catalyst.  The equilibrium constant for this reaction is 3.5 x 10-3 at 25 oC.

(a)    Calculate ?Go for this reaction.                      

(b)   What does this value of ?Gosignify.         

(c)    What concentration of glutamic acid is needed to yield [Glutamine] = 1 x 10-3, if the initial [NH3] = 3 x 10-2?    

 

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