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Chemistry Preparation for SAT

Shared from SAT Subject (Chemistry) - 1 on May 09, 2017 8:42 PM

For equilibrium in the reaction
H2O (l) H 2O(g) at 1 atm and 298 K,

 
standard free energy change is equal to zero (Go = O)
standard free energy change is less than or equal to zero (Go 0)
standard free energy change is less than zero (Go < 0)
standard free energy change is greater than zero (Go > 0)
free energy change is less than zero (Go < 0)

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I think G=0 for this question, as this equation is in equilibrium

Can you give a detailed explanation for this question?

G=0 for reactions at equilibrium