Question 8.55

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CalebBurns3L
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Question 8.55

Postby CalebBurns3L » Fri Jan 26, 2018 1:00 am

Super confused on this question. In the answer manual they multiply the first equation and its standard reaction enthalpy by 3/2 which makes sense to me. But in the next equation they ONLY multiple O2 by 3/2 so that the O2's cancel and I don't get how you're allowed to do that.

Kelly Seto 2J
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Re: Question 8.55

Postby Kelly Seto 2J » Fri Jan 26, 2018 2:23 am

I think Lavelle said that it was a typo in the book and that the O2 in the second rxn is supposed to be 3/2, not 1, lol


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