## Application

$\Delta G^{\circ} = -nFE_{cell}^{\circ}$

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Gabriel Ordonez 2K
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### Application

What are the different ways in which we manipulate the Gibbs Free Energy Equation for Electrochemistry and/or combine/separate the equation with other appropriate equations for this unit? Can someone provide a list and example?

Shivam Rana 1D
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### Re: Application

I can think of two main ones: G=-nFE and G=-RTlnQ

Matthew Chan 1B
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### Re: Application

I think we will usually be using:
G=-nFE
G=-RTlnQ

Cindy Adiwidjaja 1B
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### Re: Application

A couple of ways you can manipulate Gibbs Free Energy is by using these two equations:

G=-nFE
G=-RTlnQ

You can make them equal each other, take the standards of them, and even switch the Q to K.

Deena Doan 2F
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### Re: Application

G=-nFE
G=-RTlnK
These are the 2 equations you'll use.

san_2F
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### Re: Application

The three equations for delta G.
delta G= -nFE
delta G= -RTlnK
delta G= delta H - T*delta S

You can delta the top two delta G's together.
You can also set the second equation equal to the third equation and solving for the Vant Hoff Equation.

Hussain Chharawalla 1G
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### Re: Application

Also remember you can combine these equations for the vant hoff equation

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