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Does Gibb's free energy change on adding a catalyst? If it does then in what way?

6 years ago


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there will not be any change in Gibb's free energy. Any catalyst will change only the peaks in a free energy change but total difference which is product-reactant free energy will be same. and it will not depends on exothermic or endothermic reaction also. Try to think this question on the basis of curve.

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