Put these in order
a. As electrons move down the ETC, a H+ gradient is made.
b. The Krebs cycle produces ATP, NADH, FADH2 and CO2.
c. H+ pass through the ATP synthase to make ATP.
d. NADH and FADH2 gives electrons to the ETC.
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1. A saturated solution of CH3COONa contains 0.002 M of Na+ its Ksp is:
a) 4x10^-6b) 4x10^-3c)2x10^-6d)2x10^-32. Given the following equilibrium:2 NO + O2 <--> 2 No2 △H=-27 kj/molIncreasing the temperature of this system will cause:a) a deacrease in the volume of the systemb)a decrease of [NO]c) an increase in the [O2]d) an increase in [NO2]3. 2.6 moles of ethanol (C2H5OH) has a mass of:a) 119.6gb) 46.07 gc)32.14 gd) 23g
1. A12 m solution of acetic acid is best described as:
a) having a pH below 1
b) a dilute strong acid
c) a concentrated weak acid
d) a concentrated strong acid
2. The number of moles in NaCl present in 150 ml of 0.02 M NaCl is:
At the normal temperature reaction of acetic anhydride and CONCENTRATED sulphuric acid will result oxydation and destruction of acetic anhydride to carbon and carbon dioxide.
How does this work , and is it right? Or does this statement seem more correct?
Sulfuric acid reacts with acetic anhydride to form acetyl sulfate and Acetic acid.