If a reaction is endothermic what happens to enthalpy, entropy, and gibbs energy?

1 Answer
Nov 26, 2015

Answer:

#DeltaH>0#
#DeltaS?#
#DeltaG?#

Explanation:

For endothermic reactions, the only information we have is that the change on the enthalpy is positive: #DeltaH>0#

The signs of entropy #DeltaS# and free energy #DeltaG# cannot be predicted, since it depends on the type of the reaction and the temperature at which this reaction is happening.