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Dr. Lavelle mentioned that a positive delta H (endothermic reaction) is, the more that it does not favor the forward process in the equation (delta g = delta h - temperature x delta s). Why does a positive delta H not favor the forward process? I thought that endothermic reactions do favor forward reactions.
Hi! Also, a positive delta H in the equation deltaG=deltaH-TdeltaS would make it so the entropy and temperature term would have to be positive and greater that the delta H, making it more likely for delta G to be positive, and thus make the reaction not spontaneous.
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