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An organism lives solely on Acetate. It has a normal Kreb’s Cycle. Its Electron Transport Chain accepts H from NADH at the first of 3 H pumps and H from FADH at the third of the 3 hydrogen pumps. Therefore, how many ATP does it produce per acetate molecule? 

 

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