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Physical BioC

Equations for test 1

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Internal Energy, Heat, and Work U = q + w
Isobaric Expansion w = −pexdV
Isothermal Expansion w = −nRT ln(V2/V1)
Definition of enthalpy. H = U + pV
Definition of an enthalpy change dH = dU + pdV
Heat Capacity C = q/dT dH = qp
Number of Microstates in a system W = N! / E(n!)
Definition of Entropy S = k ln(W)
Definition of Entropy change dS = qrev / T dS(sur) = -dH/T
Entropy and Temperature Change dS = C ln(T2/T1)
Entropy and phase change d(trans)S = d(trans)H(T(trans))/T(trans)
Standard reaction Entropy d(r)S = E vS(m)(products) - E vS(m) (reactants)
Definition of Gibbs energy G = H - TS
Spontaneity and Gibbs Energy dG = dH-TdS
Work and Gibbs energy change dG = w (max)
Definition of Chemical Potential G = nAmuA + nBmuB
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