ΔH?


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ΔH?

Postby Madeline Fox 2B » Mon Nov 14, 2016 6:53 pm

Does ΔH tell you whether or not a reaction is endo/exothermic? If so, does a positive ΔH mean endo or exothermic? Also, will we have to know about endothermic/endothermic rxns for the quiz? (Specifically questions like Fall 2014 #6)

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Re: ΔH?

Postby Chris_Rudewicz_3H » Mon Nov 14, 2016 8:20 pm

Positive value means endothermic. Negative value means exothermic.

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Re: ΔH?

Postby Chem_Mod » Mon Nov 14, 2016 11:21 pm

Madeline Fox 1J wrote:Does ΔH tell you whether or not a reaction is endo/exothermic? If so, does a positive ΔH mean endo or exothermic? Also, will we have to know about endothermic/endothermic rxns for the quiz? (Specifically questions like Fall 2014 #6)


No, that won't be on your quiz.


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