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  • How does the stability of a system or a molecule apply to its free energy?
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Thermodynamics is the study of energy and its transformations that drive all activities of the universe. The system that does not exchange energy with its surroundings is known as a closed system. The system that exchanges energy with its surroundings is known as an open system.

Free energy is the part ...

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