∆G=-nFE


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Malia Shitabata 1F
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∆G=-nFE

Postby Malia Shitabata 1F » Sun Feb 23, 2020 1:02 pm

Is ∆G=-nFE used when the battery is at equilibrium? I thought Lavelle said something along those lines, but I think I may have misheard.

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Re: ∆G=-nFE

Postby DarrenKim_1H » Sun Feb 23, 2020 1:05 pm

I think its G* = -nFE is used at equilibrium. The equation you gave is if it's not at equilibrum

Lauren Tanaka 1A
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Re: ∆G=-nFE

Postby Lauren Tanaka 1A » Sun Feb 23, 2020 1:46 pm

If it is at equilibrium you will have the naught symbol on the delta G and the E. If there is no not naught symbol, you can assume that the system is not at equilibrium.

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Re: ∆G=-nFE

Postby Jamie Lee 1F » Sun Feb 23, 2020 6:16 pm

Reactions at equilibrium usually have a º symbol. So, ∆Gº=-nFEº would be at equilibrium.


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