reaction enthalpies

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Naana Boateng 1I
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reaction enthalpies

Postby Naana Boateng 1I » Tue Jan 16, 2018 8:57 pm

How do you find how much heat is absorbed in a reaction?

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Re: reaction enthalpies

Postby RyanS2J » Tue Jan 16, 2018 9:05 pm

You would first find, through given information or through Appendix 2A, the value of the standard reaction enthalpy, or delta H, for your reaction. You would then convert however many moles you are reacting or producing to however much heat the reaction is absorbing or releasing by treating heat as a reactant or product, respectively.


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