# Find the relation between Gibbs energy,enthalpy and entropy? Thanku

$\Delta G = \Delta H - T \Delta S$
And thus the $\text{Gibbs' Free energy}$ contains an enthalpy term, and an entropy term. And if $\Delta G < \text{ZERO}$ the reaction is spontaneous as written, and therefore thermodynamically favoured.
The standard $\text{Gibbs' Free energy}$ can be related to the thermodynamic equilibrium constant...i.e. $\Delta {G}^{\circ} = - R T \ln {K}_{\text{eq}}$...and thus only negative values of $\Delta {G}^{\circ}$ give rise to an equilibrium constant GREATER than ONE....