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IMO this seems to vague to draw any conclusions.
"Tell whether the freeenergy changes, , for the process below are likely to be positive, negative, or zero.
The eroding of a mountain by a glacier."
(Gibbs Free Energy is negative, but how am I supposed to arrive at this answer?)
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IMO this seems to vague to draw any conclusions. "Tell whether the freeenergy changes, , for the process below are likely to be positive, negative, or zero. The eroding of a mountain by a glacier." (Gibbs Free Energy is negative, but how am I supposed to arrive at this answer?)
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*whether the freeenergy changes, (DeltaG), for the process...
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Free energy will decrease in all spontaneous processes. In order to increase free energy, you will need an input of work, that you have to pay for!
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