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Felicia Zhang 2J wrote:Why is the enthalpy of H+ protons 0?
Could it be that whenever H+ protons react with matter, they attach to pre-existing bonds? If so, then there shouldn't be any bonds breaking or forming, resulting in no change in energy (an enthalpy of 0).
My reasoning for this is based on the fact that energy is released or absorbed when bonds are formed or broken, respectively.
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