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060 - Driving Nonspontaneous ProcessesIn this video Paul Andersen explains how you can drive non spontaneous processes by adding external energy (like electricity or light) or by coupling it to a spontaneous process (like the conversion of ATP to ADP)


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Nonspontaneous Non Spontaneous Process Chemical Reaction Chemistry



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