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the difference between the Delta G zero and Delta G is all the relationship is given in this a question. Delta G equals two Delta G zero plus R t Ln Cube. Now, to visualize this, let's draw little graph. And in this graph, let's make this cur where this part is. Q equals to zero. And this part is Q equals to one and the sad. This is H 20 off the liquid h 20 off gas. Equipping over here at the que equals two K at equilibrium, Delta G would be equal to zero. Let's see what happens. If not so let's say at 25 South use the vapor pressure is 0.313 ATM. And to find the Delta G reaction, what we want to do is write the Delta G zero off the reaction plus Archie and then zero point 0313 So Delta G zero is 8.59 plus R R 8.314 and the unit is Jules per mole Kelvin. Times temperature to 98 times Ln 0.0 313 And if it's soul, there's a question. What we're going to find is 8.59 minus destroyed. Hand side is eight point 59 So the reason I want to show this Delta G being equal to zero is at the equilibrium with the given pressure and given Delta G zero formation that we got from table, we have this Delta G equal to be zero everything else. What you want to do is find that Q. They're probably going to provide you that in the question and put it in today equation and soul for Delta G.

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