Standard Enthalpy of Formation and Specific Heat Capacity  [ENDORSED]

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Laine Gruver 3C
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Standard Enthalpy of Formation and Specific Heat Capacity

Postby Laine Gruver 3C » Fri Jan 20, 2017 9:38 pm

Does anyone know if on a test we would be given the standard enthalpy of formation or specific heat capacity for molecules we're working with? I'm assuming we would be given ones for more obscure molecules but I wasn't sure if we needed to memorize the more common ones.

Shadi_Keyvani_1D
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Re: Standard Enthalpy of Formation and Specific Heat Capacity  [ENDORSED]

Postby Shadi_Keyvani_1D » Fri Jan 20, 2017 9:44 pm

I believe that we will be given all of the values for standard enthalpy of formation and specific heat capacity for a problem presented on quizzes/tests. I don't think we are required to memorize any of these values.


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