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The two cycles in Eqs. In both cases,the bottom reaction is an equilibrium process,so AG = 0. These can be calculated from the temperature(upper cycle) and pressure(lower cycle) dependenceof G. Such functional dependencieswill be consideredshortly. It will be a useful exercisefor the reader to carry out the complete calculations. 7 CHE M I CA L E Q U IL IBR IA Although we now have developed criteria for deciding whether or not a processwill occur spontaneously,they are not sufficient for consideration of chemical reactions.

The purpose of the secondpart of glycolysis is to convert a substantialportion of the metabolic energy of glucose into ATP. 3 DIRECTSYNTHESISOF ATP 47 the second step, the formation of 3-phosphoglycerate,has a very favorable standard free energy change, yet the free energy change is approximately zero so that this reaction is approximately at equilibrium. This is true of essentially all of the reactions in this part of glycolysis, except for the reaction that produces pyruvate, where both the standardfree energy change and the free energy change are quite negative.

3-3 must be multiplied by two and added to Eq. 3-2 to give the overall reaction, Eq. 3-1. 4 kJ/mol. If the standardfree energies of formation in Appendix 1 are used to calculate the standard free energy changefor Eq. Unfortunately, not all of the necessary free energiesof formation are available in Appendix 1 to calculate standardfree energy changesfor all of the reactionsin Table 3-1. The standardenthalpy change for Eq. 0 kJ/mol, so that a substantial amount of heat is produced by glycolysis. K).

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