Given the following reactions
Fe2O3 + 3CO ---> 2Fe + 3CO2 DeltaH = -28.0kJ
3Fe + 4CO2 ---> 4CO + Fe3O4 DeltaH = 12.5kJ
the enthalpy of the reactions of Fe2O3 with CO
3Fe2O3 + CO ---> CO2 +2Fe3O4
what is DeltaH for this equation? ________ kJ
( 1.3 g NaCl )+( 3.5 g AgNO3) ---> (xg AgCl) + (yg NaNO3)
How many grams of each product result from the following reactions, and how many grams of which reactant is left over?
Enter your answers numerically separated by commas. Express your answer using two...
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magnesium +oxygen forms magnesium oxide
My question is, what happened to the 1 of the oxygen atoms?
Shouldn't it be MgO2?
What is the density of lithium metal in g/cm^3 if a cylindrical wire with a diameter of 2.40mm and a length of 15.0cm has a mass of 0.3624g?
The Attempt at a Solution
The problem I'm having is I don't understand what the problem is asking. How do...
Yes, I apologize, I did mean terms.
Because the terms of an arithmetic sequence always vary by a constant
x+a, x+2a. x+3a
you can attain a, the constant, by subtracting two consecutive terms.
(x+2a)-(x+a)=a or (x+3a)-(x+2a)=a