## Review Sheet

Jaci Glassick 2G
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### Review Sheet

This is a problem from a review sheet from my TA. Can someone please explain how to do this problem?
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sarahsalama2E
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### Re: Review Sheet

I think you would use the formula q=mCdeltaT, making sure to convert g to mol. Doing so would use all the information given to you in the question. Once you solve for q which is the heat for .773 mol. You divide the q by that amount of mol to get the enthalpy of reaction which is in units of KJ/MOL.

Maika Ngoie 1B
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### Re: Review Sheet

I would use q=mC(deltaT) and honestly just plug in the information given

Jesse H 2L
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### Re: Review Sheet

q=mC(deltaT) plug n chug

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