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The free energy change of mixing will be negative for all possible compositions of an ideal solution. 7 cal / K ) Let us define δ to be the extent of reaction. 0 and when only B is present, δ = 1. Assume that initially only 1 mole of A is present. As the reaction progresses, (1−δ) moles of A and δ moles of B coexist. 19 δ And ∆H mixing = 0. 8 The enthalpy change of mixing and free energy change as a function of the extent of reaction at 25°C. 8. 57. The position of the minimum depends on the ratio of the number of moles of reactants and products.