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gibbs free energy question

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First calculate the enthalpy change for the reaction, which will be your delta H value. Then calculate delta S by doing the entropy of the products minus the entropy of the reactants. Multiply that value by 298K (T). Then do your delta H minus that. Hope this helps.

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First calculate the enthalpy change for the reaction, which will be your delta H value. Then calculate delta S by doing the entropy of the products minus the entropy of the reactants. Multiply that value by 298K (T). Then do your delta H minus that. Hope this helps.

 

 

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First calculate the enthalpy change for the reaction, which will be your delta H value. Then calculate delta S by doing the entropy of the products minus the entropy of the reactants. Multiply that value by 298K (T). Then do your delta H minus that. Hope this helps.

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