Definition of free energy in English:

free energy

Syllabification: free en·er·gy

noun

Physics
A thermodynamic quantity equivalent to the capacity of a system to do work.
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  • The origin of the cell voltage is then the difference in free energy between Li + ions in the crystal structures of the two electrode materials.
  • Therefore, a thermodynamic analysis of denaturation free energy change can be used.
  • Thus the calculated electrostatic free energy corresponds to the work required to push the test ion into the channel.

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