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Wednesday, February 01, 2012

The Effect of Pressure to The Gibbs Free Energy in a Constant Temperature

Any conditions can effect any variables, this is the important principle we have to keep in our mind in knowing thermodynamics. In this post, We will discuss what is the effect of pressure given to a system, to the Gibbs free energy in a constant temperature.

First we have to know the relation between Internal energy (∆U), enthalpy change (∆H), Helmholtz Energy Function (∆A), and Gibbs free energy (∆G):

H = U + PV
A = U – TS
G = H – TS

So that:
G = U + PV - TS

From those equations above, we can conclude that:

Now, we can find the relation between those variables:

For Solids or Liquids

For Gases

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