51 | Molar concentration (molarity) | |

52 | The pressure of the ith component in the mixture gas | |

53 | The Avogadro constant | |

54 | Molar volume | |

55 | Atomic volume | |

56 | Enthalpy change for a single reaction (Hess' law) | |

57 | Entropy change for a reaction (Hess' law) | |

58 | Gibbs free energy change for a reaction (Hess' law) | |

59 | Change in Gibbs free energy (given change in enthalpy, temperature and change in entropy) | |

60 | Standard change of reaction in Gibbs free energy (given temperature and equilibrium constant) | |

61 | Change of reaction in Gibbs free energy (Given standard change of reaction in Gibbs free energy, temperature and reaction quotient) | |

62 | Change in Gibbs free energy (given number of electrons per mole product,Faraday constant and electrode potential) | |

63 | Electrode potential of the reaction (standard electrode potential of the reaction, number of electrons per mole product and reaction quotient) | |

64 | Equilibrium constant at absolute temperature (Van 't Hoff equation) | |

65 | Equilibrium constant | |

66 | Half-cell reduction potential (Nernst equation) | |

67 | Half-cell reduction potential at room temperature (Nernst equation) | |

68 | Equilibrium constant of a redox reaction (given the standard electrode potential) | |

69 | Equilibrium constant of a redox reaction at room temperature (Given the standard electrode potential) | |

70 | Equilibrium potential across a cell's membrane (the Goldman-GHK equation) | |

71 | Temperature of tnterest (Given vapor pressure and molar enthalpy of vaporization) (The Clausius-Clapeyron equation) | |

72 | Enthalpy of the system (Given internal energy,pressure and volume) | |

73 | Vapor pressure (Given temperature,pressure, enthalpy of vaporization) | |

74 | Temperature of interest (Given equilibrium constant and enthalpy change)(The Van 't Hoff equation) | |

75 | Equilibrium constant (Given temperature and enthalpy change, Van 't Hoff equation) | |