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K brings a process including delta g into equilibrium in a reaction. The two work together to maintain a reaction's equilibrium keeping it stable and helping it to continue at a stable rate.

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G is the midway letter between C and K.

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If delta G is negative, then K (Upper case K, as in Keq or the equilibrium constant) will be greater than 1. Remember that delta G = -RT log K.Do not get Keq confused with lower case k, which denotes rate constants (which have NOTHING TO DO WITH Keq or delta G).

∆G = ∆H - T∆S∆G = 27 kJ/mole - (500 deg)(0.09 kJ/mol-deg) ∆G = 27 kJ/mole - 45 kJ/mole ∆G = - 18 kJ/mole (Note the minus sign indicating the process is spontaneous)

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Delta G represents the Gibbs Free Energy. If delta G is negative, the reaction is spontaneous If delta G is positive, the reaction is non-spontaneous

Delta Dragonoid has 660 G's.

enzymes dont affect the delta G, they only lower the activation energy. Therefore, the delta G stays the same

it entirely depend on what kind of a system you are working with. g is the probablity (number of accessible states) and k ln g is entropy and probablity is directly related to g

Delta G (written triangle G) = Delta H -T Delta S

Free-energy change. delta G = delta H - temperature x delta S delta G is free-energy delta H is a system that is defined as the difference between the change in enthalpy temp. x delta S is the product of the Kelvin temperature and the entropy change

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Delta G (written triangle G) = Delta H -T Delta S

Delta G (written triangle G) = Delta H -T Delta S

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