Which of the following is true for the reaction:
at 1000C at one atmosphere:
  • a)
    ΔE = 0                      
  • b)
    ΔH = 0                  
  • c)
    ΔH = ΔE              
  • d)
    ΔH = TΔS
Correct answer is option 'D'. Can you explain this answer?

Chemistry Question

6 Answers
Arup Guria answered Jul 22, 2018
As in equilibrium del G is zero from the following relation we get this answer del G = del H - T del S

Krishna Kumar answered Aug 04, 2018
DG=0 for this process and as we know dG=dH-TdS therefore dH-TdS=0 hence dH=TdS

Raji Nunna answered Oct 12, 2019
It is an isothermal process also so ∆E=0 ??

Shubham Yadav answered Nov 25, 2018
G=H-TS at eqilibrium G is zero then H=TS in simply words

Dhilip Kumar answered Aug 12, 2019
B

Riu Sen answered Oct 19, 2019
DG =0 in equilibrium , we know that dG = dH -TdS
so , dH =TdS

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