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For most biological processes, $\Delta H \approx \Delta U .$ Explain.
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So this question asked US. Wine, biological reactions processes right. Delta H is closely related to almost equal to Delta U. So we know that the equation for Dell to you is dealt age, also known as cue plus work. And so if Delta H is almost equal to Dell to you, we can rewrite. That question is, why is work close to zero? Where why is work so minimal? And we know that work is equal to negative times. Pressure times change in volume. And the answer for that is that a lot of biological processes the change in volume is zero. In other words, in organisms. Very rarely do you see their organs or etcetera changing their volume and a very drastic amount to the point where work is really a significant part of this equation. Instead, often times you will see this in chemical or mechanical prophecies. You're not often in biological ones, which is ultimately why Delta H takes up a big bulk of Delta U, and why roughly those two things are equal
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