In the Gibbs free energy equation, does the standard change in entropy equal q(sys)/T(system)?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Or in math terms:

T(surr) * q(sys)/T(sys) = T(surr) * dS(standard)

Thus

dS(standard) = q(sys)/T(sys)

(surr) = surroundings

(sys) = systems

(standard) = at standard conditions

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# Standard change in entropy and change in entropy

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