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Jessica Lutz 2E
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Postby Jessica Lutz 2E » Mon Jan 15, 2018 4:22 pm

In the solutions manual, it tells us that it takes 717kJ/mol to "atomize 1 mol C(gr)". What does this mean and where does the number come from? I can't find it in the tables in the book that the problem tells us to use.

Samantha Kan 2L
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Re: 8.67b

Postby Samantha Kan 2L » Mon Jan 15, 2018 4:32 pm

The number +717 kJ/mol is given in the problem itself, and it is the standard enthalpy of sublimation of carbon. Since it is given to us directly in the problem, I don't think it is in the tables or the appendix.

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