ΔS is positive and ΔG is negative at low temperatures only
S is + and g is - at all temps #BOSSDAT iluv mii baby ardarius pierce
ΔS is negative and ΔG is negative at low temperatures...
ΔS is positive and G is negative at all temp.Which of the following is true for the gas phase reaction shown below? 2C2H2(g) + 5O2(g) → 4CO2(g) + 2H2O(g), ΔH = -2511 kJΔS is negative and ΔG is negative at low temperatures.
s is positive and g is negative at low temperatures only
The light reaction phase is a photochemical phase of photosynthesis. During this phase, the light energy is converted and stored in the form of ATP.
the needed materials in light reaction phase is the atp and nadph
i think it's DARK REACTION PHASE and LIGHT REACTION PHASE...:][it's just a guess but I'm 100% sure of it... :))]
It is the first phase. The light dependent reaction.
during the dark phase assembly of gluscose takes place during the light phase molecular martial arts takes place
The speed or rate of a chemical reaction is influenced by all of the following: temperature, pressure, concentration, particle size, presence of catalysts, and phase of matter.
Is burning a phase change. Explain? Ans: No because, its a chemical reaction
Evaporation is not a chemical reaction; it is simply a phase change.
light-dependent phase or light reaction and dark reaction
No, it is a phase change.
its dark reaction!
Because chemical bonds are not formed or broken by a phase change.
1TR = 3.5KW in Single phase and 1.2KW in 3-phase
Peritectic reaction is a reaction in which two phases (solid and a primary solid phase alpha) in converted into a single phase beta. Differs from eutectic reaction. Unlike eutectic reaction in which a single phase (liquid) is transformed into two solid phases. For eutectic reaction the Eutectic point is the common melting point which is lower than melting points of both individual melting points. This is not true with peritectic reaction.
A liquid on its own cannot be described as either endothermic or exothermic. The terms endothermic and exothermic are the names of two opposite process reactions. An endothermic reaction absorbs heat and and exothermic reaction gives off heat. A liquid can be involved in either an endothermic reaction or in an exothermic reaction. If you are evaporating a liquid from its liquid phase to its gas phase, then the reaction is usually endothermic and vice versa, going from the gas phase to the liquid phase, the reaction is usually exothermic.
If the reaction occurs in the gas phase
The concentration of reactants is changed.If the reaction occurs in the gas phase