kJ vs. kJ/mol  [ENDORSED]

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Alina_Mitchell_2C
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kJ vs. kJ/mol

Postby Alina_Mitchell_2C » Sat Jan 21, 2017 6:59 pm

How can you tell whether a question's answer is in kJ or kJ/mol? The solution manual seems to flip-flop between the two.

Katherine_Zhuo_3B
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Re: kJ vs. kJ/mol  [ENDORSED]

Postby Katherine_Zhuo_3B » Sat Jan 21, 2017 7:19 pm

Generally, the standard enthalpy of formation is in kJ/mol, and for the standard enthalpy of reaction, answers are generally kJ. You can determine the kJ/mol for standard enthalpy of reaction by looking at the chemical equation.


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