The enthalpy of a phase which is stable at higher temperature is higher (less negative) than that of a phase which is stable at lower temperature.
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What happens to the internal energy of a system with constant volume and constant entropy during a spontaneous process?
Which of the following structure is stable at low temperature?
When X1 mole of A and X2 mole of B are brought together, the corresponding free energy of system is given by___________ (where G1 and G2 are Gibbs energy of pure X1, X2 respectively)
If we consider that there are no volume and enthalpy changes caused by mixing, then the only contribution to the entropy will be__________
In an exothermic transformation, the total free energy of the system will change far more drastically with composition at higher temperature compared to a lower temperature.
In endothermic transformation the enthalpy of mixing is __________
In case of an ideal system ?H of mixing is _________
The configurational entropy depends on _____
Partial molar free energy of a pure substance A or alternatively the chemical potential of A in the phase depends on_____
Assuming that A and B mix to form a substitutional solid solution and that all configurations of A and B atoms are equally probable, the number of distinguishable ways of arranging the atoms on the atom sites, if N1=8 and N2=4 is_____ (N1, N2 are the number of atoms in A and B respectively).