the reaction quotient, for which the reaction will be spontaneous

Please submit all the answers in your own words.Please reference any material that you use. Please type the assignment where possible and draw all structures by hand.Glucose reacts with inorganic phosphate to produce glucose 6 phosphate. The standard free energychange for this reaction is +12.5 kJ/mole at 25 C.Glucose + Pi  G‐6‐P G0 = 12.5kJ/moleWhat is the maximum value of Q, the reaction quotient, for which the reaction will be spontaneous?Question 2: (5) In one or two sentences describe why nonpolar solutes are more soluble in water at lowtemperature.Question 3: (20) Draw the titration curve for arginine. Indicate each equivalence point and each halfequivalence point. Show what species are present between each point on the curve. Use the titrationcurves of glycine and glutamic acid in the notes as a guide.Question 4 (5) Do this question without looking at your notes. You should draw a 2 stranded anbtiparallel beta sheet, with 6 amino acids in each strand. Draw the hydrogen bonds in. The side chains canbe indicated as R. Now do the same for a parallel beta sheet.Question 5: (10) You need 1.00L of a 0.1M phosphate buffer at pH=6.5 for an experiment. Describe,precisely how you would make this buffer:Determine the salts necessary for the buffer: At pH = 6.5 you need the second ionization of phosphoricacid which has a pKa of 6.8 or 7.2a) Starting with H3PO4, how many moles of H+ or OH‐ would you add to get the correct pHNow you need to remember that you are neutralizing H3PO4 to create H2PO4‐ and HPO42‐You need 0.067 mol H2PO4‐ and 0.033 mol HPO42b) Starting with pure powdered NaH2PO4 and Na2HPO4, how many grams of each would you use.You can look up the molar mass on wikipedia.

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