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There are a few homework problems where we have to make several chemical reactions to solve for Hess's Law. Will we be expected to know how to make them or will the test provide them for us?
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As far as I know, I don't think so. I don't think being able to produce the equations really tests our knowledge about Hess's law. Hopefully not.
Elizabeth Kim 4E
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I think the test will provide them for us, according to my TA
Cole Elsner 2J
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The test will most likely provide these reactions, but I think knowing the general format of a combustion reaction could come in handy!
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The test will provide the reaction similar to the homework problems.
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The test should provide the chemical equations, but knowing the format of a combustion and how acids go from HA--> A- + H+
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