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In science, thermodynamic data tables are tables that list tabulated measured valued of free energies of formation, enthalpies of formation, and entropies of various elements, compounds, and molecular entities.

Sodium-water reaction
The following are the entropy, enthalpy, and free energy data, taken from various thermodynamic data tables, for the reaction between elemental sodium and liquid water:



2Na (s)+2H20
(l)
2NaOH (aq)+H2
(g)
ΔGf˚(kJ/mol)
0

–237
–419
0
ΔHf˚(kJ/mol)
0

–286
–469
0
(kJ/molK)
52

70

48

131


See also
Free energy table

Further reading
● Lewis, Gilbert N. and Randall, Merle. (1923). Thermodynamics and the Free Energy of Chemical Substances (pgs. 5-6; Table of Free Energies, pgs. 607-08). McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.
● Burton, Keith. (1957). “Table: Free Energies of Formation from the Elements”, in: Energy Transformations in Living Matter: a Survey (pgs. 275-85) by Krebs, H.A. and Kornberg, H.L. (abstract). Berlin: Springer-Verlag.
● Perry, Robert H. (1984). Perry's Chemical Engineers' Handbook (Heats and Free Energies of Formation, pgs. 3:147-57). McGraw-Hill.

External links
Enthalpy, Entropy, and Gibbs free energy – ChemistryTable.Webs.com.
Thermodynamics tables – URI.edu.
Thermodynamic tables – GenChem.net.

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