6th edition 8.57

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Adams Dis 1A
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6th edition 8.57

Postby Adams Dis 1A » Fri Feb 08, 2019 9:21 pm

How would I know that the reactions combust without it telling me so that I can use Hess's method?

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Re: 6th edition 8.57

Postby Elaine Pham 2E » Fri Feb 08, 2019 11:06 pm

The main reason in figuring out that the reaction is a combustion reaction is that for delta H that are listed, there is a subscript "c" that represents combustion. You then have to set up the combustion equations and use Hess' method to get the equation that is originally given and the overall reaction enthalpy.

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