# In any chemical reaction, a quantity that decrease to a minimum is: w) free energy x) entropy y) temperature z) enthalpy

In any chemical reaction, a quantity that decrease to a minimum is: w) free energy x) entropy y) temperature z) enthalpy

ANSWER: W -- FREE ENERGY

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