What are standard conditions?

For example, in the equation $\setminus \Delta {G}^{\setminus \circ} = \setminus \Delta {H}^{\setminus \circ} - T \setminus \Delta {S}^{\setminus \circ}$, $\setminus \Delta {G}^{\setminus \circ}$ seems to be temperature dependent, so does that mean $\setminus \Delta {G}^{\setminus \circ}$ only applies at a specific pressure?

Jan 4, 2018

See Below.

Explanation:

Examples of standard conditions are Standard Temperature, Standard Pressure, or STP (Standard Temperature and Pressure).

At STP,

Temperature = 273.15K,
Pressure = 1 atm (before 1982)
Pressure = 1 bar (after 1982)

Also, at STP,

1 mol of IDEAL gas = 22.414 L at 1 atm
1 mol of IDEAL gas = 22.711 L at 1 bar

This is not to be confused with thermodynamic standard conditions, which is what you are looking for. It is similar, but

Temperature = 298.15K,
Pressure = 1 atm (before 1982)
Pressure = 1 bar (after 1982)