Alevel chemistry thermodynamics question

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Quick question. Can you find out Gibbs free energy without the temperature?
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Hi!!!
Quick question. Can you find out Gibbs free energy without the temperature?
You must mean Gibbs Free energy CHANGE. i.e delta G (not G)

In A-level questions you usually have to use the following formula: DG=DH-TDS (sorry D's instead of delta's) where T is the temp in Kelvins....so no you can't work out DG if you don't know T
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You must mean Gibbs Free energy CHANGE. i.e delta G (not G)

In A-level questions you usually have to use the following formula: DG=DH-TDS (sorry D's instead of delta's) where T is the temp in Kelvins....so no you can't work out DG if you don't know T
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