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How many ATP molecules need to be converted to ADP to link

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How many ATP molecules need to be converted to ADP to link glucose molecules?
ATP3− + H2O → ADP2− + H2PO4− ΔG° = −30 kJ/mol ΔH° = −22 kJ/mol
Glucose + glucose → maltose + H2O ΔG° = +27 kJ/mol ΔH° = +15 kJ/mol
A. 2 B.12 C.1 D.3
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