Units on Question 5.57


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Justin Le 2I
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Units on Question 5.57

Postby Justin Le 2I » Tue Jan 20, 2015 9:25 pm

The solutions guide says that the final answer is in kJ.mol-1, but I think that it should be in kJ because you multiply the final answer by 1.00 mol. Any other opinions? Thanks.

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Re: Units on Question 5.57

Postby Regina Chi 2K » Wed Jan 21, 2015 10:42 am

Personally, I think it should probably be kJ/mol because we are talking about the amount of internal energy or enthalpy of a certain compound or whatnot. And we measure it by kJ/mol. However, I'm not sure what problem you are referring to. It might be better if you can specify.

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Re: Units on Question 5.57

Postby Justin Le 2I » Wed Jan 21, 2015 3:08 pm

Oh sorry the question is 7.57, not 5.57.


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