## Equations

Gabriel Ordonez 2K
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### Equations

What are the different, but essential, equations for gibbs free energy in thermodynamics? How can we manipulate the Gibbs Free energy equation with the R constant?

Kate Osborne 1H
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### Re: Equations

∆G° = ∆H° - T∆S°and ∆G° = - RT ln K are the essential equations for thermodynamics

CalvinTNguyen2D
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### Re: Equations

By using these two equations, we can set both of them equal to each other, and manipulate them to derive the Van't Hoff Equation.

Mai V 4L
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anyone got any tricks to remember these? having a hard time!

AniP_2D
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### Re: Equations

These equations are all on the formula sheet so there isn't really a need to memorize them.

WGaines_2E
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### Re: Equations

also G=-nFE

Astrid Lunde 1I
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### Re: Equations

∆G° = ∆H° - T∆S°and ∆G° = - RT ln K and G=-nFE are essential, but are also on your equation sheet.

Julia Holsinger_1A
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In the text book I am seeing lots of equations that have (delta)G sub r, what does the r mean? I think its just reaction but I am not positive.

Alan Cornejo 1a
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### Re: Equations

I would say there are three main ones, ∆G° = ∆H° - T∆S°and ∆G° = - RT ln K and G=-nFE . All of these are given on the constants sheet, and so being able to derive these equations and manipulate them to find them to your suitable variable you need to calculate is what you will most be needing to do