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mountain unless there s a way to couple the unfavorable, uphill movement to a more favorable, downhill movement of something else. The energy we re talking about is called the free energy G. The energy is not free as in no charge; the free energy is the energy that is available to use. The free energy of a molecule is something that cannot be measured; however, we can measure the change in free energy ( G) that accompanies a chemical reaction. If the products have less G than the reactants (the reaction is downhill), the G is less than zero ( G Gproducts Greactants). Thus, for a spontaneous reaction (one that occurs in the direction written), the G is negative ( 0). The more negative G, the more favorable the reaction. Like most things biochemists do, this too initially seems backward (Fig. 24-1). Just by looking at the value of G, you can determine which way a reaction goes. If G 0, the reaction goes to the right. If G 0, the reaction goes to the left. And, if G 0, the products and reactants are of exactly the same free energy (note that this does not mean that the products and reactants are at the same concentration), and the reaction is at equilibrium. What s important in determining how much free energy is available from a given chemical reaction is how far the reaction is from its equilibrium position. One way to decide this is to take the ratio of the product/reactant ratio at equilibrium to the actual product/reactant ratio:
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