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Calculate the free energy of the initial and final state of each system and the driving force for diffusion in

each case.

Question 1 is correct and should be used as reference. Please show work.





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Blocks of material of different sizes and compositions are brought together at 250.
form four different diffusion couples. These two elements form an ideal solution. Use the
information on the graph to complete the table below and then the table on the back
GB
8370
Free energy of components
a
GO
OFfordiff
6280
Joules per mole
d
Free energy
of solution
b
0
0.25
0.50
0
0.75
Free energy
NA
of mixing
-3000
-3000
FIG. 10.7 Hypothetical free energy of an ideal solution

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