6th edition 8.61

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Jeremiah Hutauruk
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6th edition 8.61

Postby Jeremiah Hutauruk » Wed Jan 30, 2019 6:15 pm

8.61 Calculate the reaction enthalpy for the synthesis of hydrogen bromide gas, H2(g) Br2(l) S 2 HBr(g), from the following data:
NH 1g2 HBr1g2 ¡ NH Br1s2 34
¢H° 188.32 kJ N 1g2 3 H 1g2 ¡ 2 NH 1g2 ¢H° 92.22 kJ
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N 1g2 4 H 1g2 Br 1l2 ¡ 2 NH Br1s2
2 2 2 4
¢H° 541.66 kJ

Manya Bali 4E
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Re: 6th edition 8.61

Postby Manya Bali 4E » Wed Jan 30, 2019 9:19 pm

So you have to manipulate the reactions given, either by reversing them (in which case, the delta H of the reaction changes sign), or by multiplying them by a constant (in which case, delta H is also multiplied by the constant), such that when the reactions are added together, you get the final reaction you wanted to find delta H for to start with. I attached a picture and tried to color code the changes I made. Hopefully this helps!
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Re: 6th edition 8.61

Postby AnnaYan_1l » Wed Jan 30, 2019 11:41 pm

The explanation above is really great! Just a quick correction, delta H = 2(188.32) - 541.66 + 92.22 = -72.90 not 72.90

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