quantitykind:GibbsEnergy

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"Gibbs Energy} is one of the potentials are used to measure energy changes in systems as they evolve from an initial state to a final state. The potential used depends on the constraints of the system, such as constant temperature or pressure. \textit{Internal Energy} is the internal energy of the system, \textit{Enthalpy} is the internal energy of the system plus the energy related to pressure-volume work, and Helmholtz and Gibbs free energy are the energies available in a system to do useful work when the temperature and volume or the pressure and temperature are fixed, respectively. The name \textit{Gibbs Free Energy" is also used.
$$G = H - T \cdot S$$, where $$H$$ is enthalpy, $$T$$ is thermodynamic temperature and $$S$$ is entropy.
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