On the Behavior of a Chemical Equilibrium System When Its Free Energy Parameters Are Changed.

by Norman Shapiro

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Computation of an inequality furnishing information about the behavior of a chemical equilibrium system when its free energy parameters are changed. The result is proved by viewing the solution of a chemical equilibrium problem as the result of minimizing the free energy function. If the solution were viewed in terms of the mass action laws, the proof would become more difficult

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