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Joonsoo Kim 4L
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Can someone explain why deltaH is equal to qp?
Henry Krasner 1C
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Delta H is equal to Qp because this P signifies constant pressure and the very definition of enthalpy is heat under constant pressure.
Ava Kjos 1D
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Enthalpy is defined as the heat transferred or gained under constant pressure. Therefore, it must be equal to qp.
Christopher Anisi 2K
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Entalpy is equal to the qp when the reaction takes place at a constant pressure.
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