Standard state Gibbs Energy of Formation at 298.15K and 1bar
Standard state Gibbs Energy of formation (at 298.15K and 1bar) is the change in Gibbs Energy when making 1 mole of compound from single element substances of each element consisting the molecule) at the standard temperature and pressure (298.15K and 1bar).
- MolInstincts: The Property value is estimated by the thermodynamic relationship with other properties. The estimated value is finally determined after manual inspection.
d(SGE)=d(SEF)-298.15K Χ d(SAE)
SEF: Standard State Enthalpy of Formation at 298.15K and 1bar (a property that is provided in MolInstincts)
SAE: Standard State Absolute Entropy at 298.15K and 1bar (a property that is provided in MolInstincts)
Supplementary Explanation on Comment
Comment Meaning of Comment ≤ 1 kcal/mol 0 kcal/mol ≤ abs error ≤ 1 kcal/mol ≤ 3 kcal/mol 1 kcal/mol < abs error ≤ 3 kcal/mol ≤ 5 kcal/mol 3 kcal/mol < abs error ≤ 5 kcal/mol ≤ 7 kcal/mol 5 kcal/mol < abs error ≤ 7 kcal/mol > 7 kcal/mol abs error > 7 kcal/mol Exp. Data Unavailable Experimental Data are Unavailable
Where absolute error means the absolute value of (experimental value)-(calculated value).