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Yes, Gibbs free energy is a state function because we can apply Hess's method to find delta G knot. Or another method would be calculating the Delta G knot of the reaction by subtracting the sum of the delta G knot of products by the sum of the delta G knot of the reactants.
Yes, delta G is a state function. We can take a similar Hess's Law approach when trying to calculate the Gibbs free energy of a reaction. Another approach we can take to calculate the change in Gibbs free energy is by subtracting the total Gibbs Free energy of the reactants from the products.
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