Gibbs function


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Gibbs function

[′gibz ‚fəŋk·shən]
(thermodynamics)
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So (11) showed the standard molar reaction Gibbs function of the hydration reaction of A[O.sub.n] in xA[O.sub.n] - yB[O.sub.m] for this type.
Therefore, there was the possibility that solid solutions CaO-Fe[O.sub.x] and CaO-Fe[O.sub.x]-Mn[O.sub.y] in tricomponent f-CaO in BOF slag were difficult to hydrate because of the decreased hydration reaction driving force, namely, the absolute value of standard molar reaction Gibbs function.
The reason why solid solutions CaO-Fe[O.sub.x] and CaO-Fe[O.sub.x]-Mn[O.sub.y] were difficult to hydrate was that their hydration reaction driving force, the absolute value of standard molar reaction Gibbs function, decreased.
After introduction, Section 2 presents an electric Gibbs function based on the flexoelectricity theory and the modified couple stress theory.
A novel electric Gibbs function was proposed to describe the size effect on the electromechanical coupling behaviors of PMBs by incorporating a modified couple stress theory into Euler-Bernoulli beam model.
Calculations of the conformers concentration were performed using the following relationships in the Gibbs function changes [Delta][G.sup.0] and entropy changes [Delta][S.sup.0]:
The Gibbs function of mixing has been calculated as
Based on concentration dependencies GM of ethanol with individual PU, PA and their mixtures using thermodynamic cycles (4), the values of Gibbs function of mixing of polymers (per 1 g of mixture) were calculated.