Gibbs free energy and spontaneous reactions | Biology | Khan Academy November 14, 2019 Tags:dotsub, education, gibbs free energy, learning, lessons, online learning, Spontaneous Process, Thermodynamics (Field Of Study) Related Posts How to Make a Genetically Modified Plant GENEALOGY ROADSHOW | Season 3, Episode 6 “Providence” | PBS Western Calligraphy Techniques : Calligraphy Genealogy Charts: Designs About The Author John Henderson 9 Comments Erica Conrad so happy! now i can understand biochemistry! August 13, 2015 Reply effortless35 Sal, (or whoever is tasked with reading youtube comments at khanacademy) have you considered pairing these videos with "Periodic Videos" style demonstrations? Maybe you could cooperate with Brady and Professor Poliakoff and they could come up with some example reactions, and explain them in the context of these videos. E.g. it would be nice to see specific reactions with positive deltaH and deltaS or negative deltaH and deltaS. August 13, 2015 Reply esraa friehat Thanks a lot , very helpful December 11, 2015 Reply GeeksareSexy (マリア) I have a test tomorrow and Thanks for saving my ass dude March 1, 2016 Reply Abdullah It'd be so kind of you if you make a video on exergy analysis. September 20, 2016 Reply Awais khan DC is this a Pakistani channel? January 14, 2017 Reply tim wilson I love listening to Sal, however , he is the only tutor that has never helped me. October 24, 2017 Reply Dan At 6:33 you said that molecules will buzz past each other and showed delH <0. My question is if no reaction took place then how did dH value get negative. November 13, 2017 Reply SN FB so at equilibrium (forward rate equals reverse rate so the reaction is still moving in both directions) and delta G = 0, does this mean that the reaction is spontaneous in both directions? delta G = 0 means that the free energy of the reactants equals the free energy of the products so the probability for the reaction to move in both direction (spontaneously) is equal? Can someone please chime in? March 20, 2018 Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.