Standard enthalpy change


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Angel Gomez 1K
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Standard enthalpy change

Postby Angel Gomez 1K » Sat Mar 17, 2018 10:49 pm

Can someone explain why the deltaH was multiplied by 2 mols?
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Michele 2C
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Re: Standard enthalpy change

Postby Michele 2C » Sat Mar 17, 2018 10:55 pm

The reaction you need to calculate ∆H for has 4 moles NO, but in the reaction given, the stoichiometric coefficient of NO is 2, so in order to calculate the ∆H that is asked of you, you need to multiply the q (which is for the stoichiometric coefficients in the given reaction) by 2.

Gwyneth Huynh 1J
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Re: Standard enthalpy change

Postby Gwyneth Huynh 1J » Sat Mar 17, 2018 10:56 pm

So when you find q and divide that by 4 moles, that's the delta H per one mole of NO. You multiply that by 2 moles because in the overall reaction, 2 moles of NO is used.


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