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Sep 17, 2013 ... How does ATP provide energy for biosynthesis reactions? Use an understanding
of Gibbs Free Energy to understand how ATP is coupled to ...
Cells couple the exergonic reaction of ATP hydrolysis with endergonic ...
hydrolysis because it consumes a water molecule (hydro-, meaning "water", and
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which means that the hydrolysis of ATP enables A to be converted into B until the
[B]/[A] ratio reaches a value of 1.34 × 10<sup>5</sup>. This equilibrium ratio is strikingly ...
Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is considered by biologists to be the energy
currency of life. ... this reaction is commonly referred to as the hydrolysis of ATP.
It should be recalled that the ATP hydrolysis/synthesis reaction is ATP + H2O ...
Spontaneous ATP hydrolysis (negative DG) is coupled to (drives) ion flux .... For a
carbon compound, increased oxidation means increased number of C-O bonds.
Also, properties of cells and chemical reactions affect the efficiency of ATP
production. ... As a result, the free energy of ATP hydrolysis is about -12 kcal/mol.
... cells require energy. Hydrolysis reactions of ATP can provide this energy. ...
However, a more useful definition is in terms of electron transfer: Oxidation is the
Hundreds of reactions in the cell from metabolic transformations to signaling
events are coupled to the hydrolysis (literally meaning “water loosening”) of ATP