# Chemistry

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-856.7 kJ/mol is delta Gfo. Same book I used for you yesterday. Pretty good freshman text, huh? I think there is a site but this was quicker.

Okay, now I need the delta G for SiO2. Maybe you have a website or something.

Yes, very good text. Much better than the chart she printed off for us. I was going to go online and look for it, but it was easier to ask you :)

Easy Bob they call me.

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