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A reaction diagram is a plot of Gibbs free energy ($G$) vs. reaction progress for the substrate, product, transition state(s) and intermediates in a chemical reaction. A reaction diagram for a chemical reaction that is uncatalyzed as well as enzyme catalyzed is shown.

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In the diagram, the blue line represents the uncatalyzed chemical reaction with the red line represents the enzyme-catalyzed reaction.

The value shown at point A on the graph represents
Select Option the $G$ value for substratethe $G$ value for productthe $G$ value for intermediate produced in enzyme-catalyzed reactionthe $G$ value for the transition state produced in enzyme-catalyzed reactionthe $G$ value for the transition state produced in uncatalyzed reaction
and the value shown at point B represents
Select Option the $G$ value for the substratethe $G$ value for the productthe $G$ value for intermediate produced in enzyme-catalyzed reactionthe $G$ value for transition state in enzyme-catalyzed reactionthe $G$ value for transition state in uncatalyzed reaction
. The value shown at point C represents
Select Option the $G$ value for substratethe $G$ value for productthe $G$ value for intermediate produced in enzyme-catalyzed reactionthe $G$ value for transition state in enzyme-catalyzed reactionthe $G$ value for transition state in uncatalyzed reaction
, the value at D stands for
Select Option the $G$ value for substratethe $G$ value for productthe $G$ value for intermediate produced in enzyme-catalyzed reactionthe $G$ value for transition state in enzyme-catalyzed reactionthe $G$ value for transition state in uncatalyzed reaction
, and finally, the value at point E is for
Select Option the $G$ value for substratethe $G$ value for productthe $G$ value for intermediate produced in enzyme-catalyzed reactionthe $G$ value for transition state in enzyme-catalyzed reactionthe $G$ value for transition state in uncatalyzed reaction
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