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Explain in quantitative terms the
circumstances under which the following
reaction can proceed.
What would the ratio of [product] to [reactant] have to be
for the reaction to proceed spontaneously?
Show your work.
° = +13.3 kJ/mol
Citrate --------> isocitrate
G = -RTlnKeq
13300 = -8.314*298*2.303logKeq
logKeq = -13300/5705.8483
logKeq = -2.331
Keq = 10-2.331 = 0.00466
Keq = [isocitate]/[citrate]
0.00466 = [isocitate]/[citrate]
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