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# THERMOCHEMISTRY PROBLEMS NUMBER 2 ANSWERS [DOC]
Thermochemistry Problems - Worksheet Number Two
Web viewThermochemistry Problems - Worksheet Number Two Author: sastrippoli Last modified by: Urban, Matthew J. Created Date: 4/21/2015 2:52:00 PM Company: BWSD Other titles: Thermochemistry Problems - Worksheet Number Two[PDF]
Answers, Thermochemistry Practice Problems 2 2 The “complete” thermochemical equation is: RbOH(aq) + HBr(aq) → RbBr(aq) + H 2 O; H = ??? The H value appropriate for the thermochemical equation is the one that corresponds to one mole of RbOH and one mole of HBr reacting to form one mole of H 2 O (because those amountsFile Size: 177KBPage Count: 3
Problems II - Thermochemistry Problems Worksheet Number
Thermochemistry Problems - Worksheet Number Two (answers available on web site) The older energy unit of calories has not been discussed in class. You may see it from time to time. The conversion is 1 cal = 4 J. All the calculation techniques are [DOC]
Thermochemistry Problems - Worksheet Number Two
Web view8. Determine the final temperature in each of the following problems: a. 32.2 g of water at 14.9 °C mixes with 32.2 grams of water at 46.8 °C. b. 139 g of water at 4.9 °C mixes with 241 grams of water at 96.0 °C. c. 2 g of water at 48.9 °C mixes with 3 grams of water at 36.1 °C.[PDF]
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