Problem: How do you calculate the change in free energy for a reaction under nonstandard conditions?

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We are being asked how to calculate free energy for a reaction under nonstandard conditions


Recall that free energy for a standard reaction can be calculated using the change in Gibbs free energy equation

G° = H° + TS°


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How do you calculate the change in free energy for a reaction under nonstandard conditions?

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