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A thermochemical equation is a balanced chemical equation that has the physical states of all reactants and products along with the energy change. The reaction is endothermic if energy is a reactant and exothermic if energy is a product.
Can someone explain why the thermochemical equation on pg 288 example 8.7 is that change in enthaply= q x (2 mol)/n? Why would you divide the stoichiometric coefficient of original equation by the number of mols?
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