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Hellen Truong 2J wrote:Can it be considered standard Gibbs free energy if it is given for a temperature other than 25C?
The measured standard Gibbs free energy values in our textbook are all for 25 degrees Celsius. If you calculate the Gibbs free energy for a system not at standard temperature, then you do not have the *standard* Gibbs free energy anymore, just ΔG .
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