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anonymous
 one year ago
What is Gibbs free energy?
A) The result of the product of the temperature and entropy of a change, subtracted from he enthalpy of the change.
B) The result of the product of the temperature and enthalpy of a change, subtracted from the entropy of the change.
C) The result of the product of the temperature and entropy of the change, added to the enthalpy of the change.
D) The result of the product of the temperature and enthalpy of the change, added to the entropy of the change.
anonymous
 one year ago
What is Gibbs free energy? A) The result of the product of the temperature and entropy of a change, subtracted from he enthalpy of the change. B) The result of the product of the temperature and enthalpy of a change, subtracted from the entropy of the change. C) The result of the product of the temperature and entropy of the change, added to the enthalpy of the change. D) The result of the product of the temperature and enthalpy of the change, added to the entropy of the change.

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0A) The result of the product of the temperature and entropy of a change, subtracted from the enthalpy of the change ΔG =ΔH TΔS http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gibbs_free_energy
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