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 Definition A process that transforms one set of chemical substances into another, with the set of substances present at the start of the process being called reactants and the set of substances present at the end being called products. [d] [e]

This article was ported in part from Wikipedia

The prior Lemma article was replaced by this article which was ported from WP and then revised and reformatted, including a new section. So it probably contains WP content. Milton Beychok 00:13, 12 April 2010 (UTC)

Figure captions

I felt it was not necessary to number the figures in this article. John R. Brews 12:02, 5 April 2011 (UTC)

Gibbs energy

I've included a very non-quantitative description of Gibbs free energy to assist in understanding the diagram. It links to Entropy (thermodynamics) and to Enthalpy, but to be frank, I do not find either of these articles at all helpful in providing a feel for their subjects. John R. Brews 02:13, 6 April 2011 (UTC)

Following discussion with Milt Beychok, the discussion was made less technical and the figure changed to match. John R. Brews 17:21, 6 April 2011 (UTC)