How Much Energy Is Produced by the Reaction of H and F?

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Please do not double post.In summary, the conversation is about a question regarding the production of energy through a reaction between hydrogen and fluorine. The initial reaction between 1 mole of H and 1 mole of F produces 500 kJ of energy. The person has a question about how much energy is produced when 2.0 kg of H reacts with 38 kg of F to produce 2 kmol of HF. The answer is 5.0 x 10^5 kJ, but the reason is unclear. The person is also asking for help and apologizes for double posting.
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I Have A Question about FUSION! Please Help!

I Have A Question about FUSION! Please Help!


the reaction of H and F produces about 500 kj/mol of energy:

how much energy is produced by the reaction of 2.0kg of H with 38 kg of F to produce 2 kmol of HF?

i know the answer is 5.0x 10 to the exponent 5 kJ... but I'm not sure why...


PLEASE HELP!
thanks for your time =D
 
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1 mole of H_{2} produces,in a reaction with 1 mole of F_{2},500 KJ of energy.

How much energy would

1 Kmol of H_{2} produce when reacted with a stoichiometric amount of fluorine??

Daniel.
 
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Please,do not double (multiple) post...

Daniel.
 

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