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ThermoChem Equations

cava chem 303 s2d43 4.09 Writing Thermochemical Equatons

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The states of all reactants and products are noted in [...]. The states of all reactants and products are noted in parentheses.
The change in enthalpy, or enthalpy of reaction (ΔH), is written at the [...] of the equation. The change in enthalpy, or enthalpy of reaction (ΔH), is written at the right of the equation.
ΔH can be written in units of [...] or kJ/mol ΔH can be written in units of kJ or kJ/mol
Endothermic reactions have [+/-] ΔH. Endothermic reactions have positive ΔH.
Exothermic reactions have [+/-] ΔH. Exothermic reactions have negative ΔH.
When a reaction is reversible, the ΔH of the reverse reaction has the same value as, but the opposite [...] of, the forward reaction. When a reaction is reversible, the ΔH of the reverse reaction has the same value as, but the opposite sign of, the forward reaction.
The [...] of all reactants and products are noted in parentheses. The states of all reactants and products are noted in parentheses.
ΔH can be written in units of kJ or [...] ΔH can be written in units of kJ or kJ/mol
Created by: mr.shapard