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Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Gibbs - Helmholtz Equation

Gibbs - Helmholtz Equation helps us to calculate the change of Gibbs Energy because of Temperature Change. The equation can be described as:

Where did the equation above come from?
Let's find out:

Because Gibbs Energy is depended of Temperature, it can be described as:

To make an easier calculation, we have to make a function of G/T against T. Obeying the rule of partial derivative (G as u and T as v), the result from the derivative equation above is:

We know that is equal to -S (Entropy) (It will be discussed soon in this blog). So we can substitute the S to the equation above:

By further treating, we will find that:

So that:

We've found the derivative of the equation, now, let's integrating the equation above:

Because G and H is a "state function" so that we can't determine the value of G and H itself. We just can determine its change. So we've found our Gibbs - Helmholtz Equation:

Documents of Pelatnas I IChO 2012

Further Reading. . .
Atkins'. 2006. Physical Chemistry 8th Edition.

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