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Gibbs free energy and emf


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Asked on: 06 Sep 2008

There doesn't seem to be any question with this one just a title... what is it about gibbs free energy that you want to know?
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Replied at: 25 Sep 2008
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∆G˚ = -nFE˚, where ∆G˚ = standard free energy change, n = number of electrons, F = Faraday and E˚ = standard emf of the cell.
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Date of comment: Thu, Sep 23rd 2010

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