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Thus for any isothermal change in pressure and volume of an ideal gas, AE is

equivalent to the statement that any heat absorbed is converted into the work

required ...

Thus for any isothermal change in pressure and volume of an ideal gas, AE is

**equal**to zero. From the first law, it then follows that q = — w (3-12) This isequivalent to the statement that any heat absorbed is converted into the work

required ...

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With signs changed, Equation (4-22) thus becomes -(AG)re = -winax - PAV (4-23)

Thus the decrease in free energy of the system itself during a change at constant

temperature and pressure is

With signs changed, Equation (4-22) thus becomes -(AG)re = -winax - PAV (4-23)

Thus the decrease in free energy of the system itself during a change at constant

temperature and pressure is

**equal**to the maximum work that can be done by ...Page 198

[A2–] K. K., = 6-41 * [H.A.H,) (6-41) One can show that the product K.K., is also

y, one expects the microconstant K, to be much larger than Kly, and K, to be

larger ...

[A2–] K. K., = 6-41 * [H.A.H,) (6-41) One can show that the product K.K., is also

**equal**to K.K., and to K1, K2,. If proton x is lost very much more readily than protony, one expects the microconstant K, to be much larger than Kly, and K, to be

larger ...

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1STATES OF MATTER | 1 |

2SOLUTIONS | 51 |

SECOND LAW AND EQUILIBRIUM | 115 |

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