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Old Jan 26th 2014, 09:35 AM   #1
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gibbs free energy for reaction equlibirum


I have a problem with a thermodynamic calculation:

The reaction is:

Mineral1 + Mineral2 + Mineral3 --> Mineral 4

I have got H,S,G(standard state) for the minerals 1 to 3. Fpr the mineral 4 i have got the heat capacity, pressure and thermal expansion.

Is it possible to calculate G(standard state) of the mineral 4?


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