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The standard reduction potentials (E°) for the following half-reactions are given below. If you mixed succinate, fumarate, FAD and FADH2 together, all at 1M concentrations in the presence of an enzyme to catalyze the reaction, which of the following would happen initially? Fumarate + H2esuccinateE0.031 V FAD +2H +2e FADH2 Eo--0.219 V O a. Fumarate would become reduced, FADH2 would become oxidized. ob. Fumarate and succinate would become oxidized; FAD and FADH2 would become reduced. o c. Fumarate and succinate would become reduced, FAD and FADH2 would become oxidized. d. Succinate would become oxidized, FADH2 would be unchanged because it is e. No reaction would occur because all reactants and products are already at a coenzyme. their standard concentrations
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