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Use the experimental values to calculate the enthalpy change in the system.

by Frank665
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Mar7-08, 07:30 AM
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Use the experimental values to calculate the enthalpy change in the system.

Observation Experiment
Quantity of reactant 1 100.0 mL of 1.00 M KOH(aq)
Quantity of reactant 2 100.0 mL of 1.00 M HBr(aq)
Initial Temperature (oC) 20.0
Final Temperature (oC) 22.5
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Mar7-08, 08:13 AM
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Use the experimental values to calculate the enthalpy change in the system.

Observation Experiment
Quantity of reactant 1 100.0 mL of 1.00 M KOH(aq)
Quantity of reactant 2 100.0 mL of 1.00 M HBr(aq)
Initial Temperature (oC) 20.0
Final Temperature (oC) 22.5
If your teacher didn't give you the (constant pressure, I assume) specific heats, it should mean he assumes you use the one of water, so you can easily find the heat exchanged (at constant pressure it's = enthalpy variation).
Of course I won't make the computations for you, this is an homework.


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