Vicky Pramod Sahu posted an Question
June 29, 2020 • 15:29 pm 40 points
  • IIT JAM
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At equilibrium the total gibb’s free energy for all phases is

At equilibrium the total Gibb’s free energy for all phases is

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    Priyanshu kumar

    So at equilibrium the gibbs free energy for all the phases is 0

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    Priyanshu kumar best-answer

    the gibbs energy during a phase change is 0 as the gibbs function depends on thermodynamic variables p and T and common phase transition occurs at constant p and T thus the gibbs function tends to be constant during a phase change and also you know that a equilibrium exist between phase changes...so with all these concept you can understand that gibbs free energy at equilibrium during a phase change must be 0

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    Lingareddy 1 best-answer

    at equilibrium change in gibbs free energy will be zero Gibbs free energy is a measure of how much "potential" a reaction has left to do a net "something." So if the free energy is zero, then the reaction is at equilibrium, an no more work can be done. It may be easier to see this using an alternative form of the the Gibbs free energy, such as ΔG=−TΔS.

  • Suman Kumar Best Answer

    Gibbs free energy is a measure of how much "potential" a reaction has left to do a net "something." So if the free energy is zero, then the reaction is at equilibrium, an no more work can be done.

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