Constant Pressure Enthalpy

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mayapartha_1D
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Constant Pressure Enthalpy

Postby mayapartha_1D » Mon Jan 15, 2018 7:12 pm

Why does delta H = q when there's constant pressure?

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Re: Constant Pressure Enthalpy

Postby Gevork 2E » Mon Jan 15, 2018 7:19 pm

reactions typically take place in a place that is open to the atmosphere so there is a constant pressure. The heat that is released or absorbed by that reaction is then equal to the change in enthalpy for that said system.

Check page 279 of the textbook.

Hope this was helpful.


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