Define Gibb''s Energy, Chemistry, Microeconomics

Gibb''s energy
In every chemical system, the substance moves in a direction in which there is a decrease in free energy, for example i.e. ?G is negative.
G = H - TS
where, G is Gibbs energy, H is Enthalpy constant, S is Entropy, T isTemperature
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