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how to calculate deltaG?

Consider the reaction H2(g) + C2H6(g) --> C2H8(g) How can I calculate deltaG for this reaction at 298.15K if the pressure of each gas is 26.89 mm Hg. ?
In Other Category >>  Other Category  Asked by  Rohit on 09/06/2009
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The formula is, (delta)G = (delta)G(std) + RTln(Q) the delta G changes in relation to the temperature and you can use the partial pressures to figure out the Q.
Answered by Prasad on 15/06/2009
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refer Introduction to Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics-By Smith, Van ness, Abbott page 571.
Answered by Kuldeep on 10/06/2009
 








































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