Respiratory quotient of Tripalmitin is 0.73 and during respiration it releases 126 CO2 then how much O2 required for its respiration??

Answer:

The actual ratio of the volume of carbon dioxide eliminated to the volume of oxygen consumed during the act of cellular respiration is called the respiratory quotient. It is denoted by RQ.

RQ = Amount of carbon dioxide released/Amount of oxygen absorbed

Given

Respiratory quotient of Tripalmitin = 0.73

Amount of CO2 released = 126

Amount of oxygen consumed = 126/0.73

Amount of oxygen consumed = 172.60.

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