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I saw this on the learning outcomes for thermochem; how does enthalpy being a state function justify Hess's Law?
This just touches on the idea that because enthalpy is a state function, the path taken to reach a certain enthalpy doesn't matter so enthalpies can be calculated by adding together the enthalpies of multiple steps of a larger reaction.
Enthalpy is a state function, so it doesn't matter what path it takes, as long as it reaches enthalpy
Are the basic units for enthalpy always kJ?
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