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Default Gibbs Free Energy



What is the difference between ?G' and ?G'°? I know that these are both constant for a given reaction, and the book I'm using calls both of them standard free energy change. Is there a difference between the two? Is ?G'° only used when the pH is 7?
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Default Re: Gibbs Free Energy

Delta G' is Gibbs free energy calculated at pH 7 at GIVEN conditions.
Delta G' is Gibbs free energy calculated at pH 7 at STANDARD conditions, i.e. all reactants at concentration of 1M.
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