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Gibbs Free Energy

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Spontaneous Reaction
First Law of Thermodynamics
Gibbs Free Energy
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Second and Third Laws of Thermodynamics
Boltzman Equation

Solution: For the reaction: A (l)  + 2 D (g) → 3 X (g) + Z (s) Havin...


For the reaction:

A (l)  + 2 D (g) → 3 X (g) + Z (s)

Having ΔG° = -2400 kJ at 25°C, the equilibrium mixture _____________.


a. will consist almost exclusively of A and D

b. will consist almost exclusively of A and Z

c. will consist almost exclusively of X and Z

d. will consist of significant amounts of A, D, X, and Z

e. Has a composition predictable only if one knows T and ΔH° and ΔS°