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Entropy and Free Energy

Entropy and Free Energy

Author: carolyn fruin
Description:

Learning Targets:

  • I can explain the relationship between enthalpy change or entropy change and the tendency of a reaction to occur.
  • I understand the concept of free energy.
  • I can calculate the free energy of a reaction and predict whether a reaction is spontaneous or nonspontaneous.
  • I know that when a reaction is spontaneous it means that it can occur but does not guarantee that it will occur.
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Tutorial

Entropy Power Point (17-2)

This power point describes the second driving force of chemical reactions. Gibbs free energy is also introduced as a mathematical relationship between enthalpy and entropy and how you can use it to predict the spontaneity of a chemical reaction.

Entropy AND Free Energy Power Point

Part two describes the relationship among G, S and H.

Computer Tutorial - Entropy

View this computer tutorial as an introduction to the concept of entropy. Be sure to attempt all example problems. Take notes as you watch and keep track of any questions you may have.

VIEW ENTROPY TUTORIAL

 

Source: W. W. Norton & Company