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## Solution 1

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For which of the following reactions is Î”Hâˆ˜rxn equal to Î”Hâˆ˜f of the product(s)? Choose all that apply. a. C(s,graphite)+O2(g)â†’CO2(g) b. Li(s)+12Cl2(g)â†’LiCl(s) c. Li(s)+12Cl2(l)â†’LiCl(s) d. 2Li(s)+Cl2(g)â†’2LiCl(s) e. CO(g)+12O2(g)â†’CO2(g) f. BaCO3(s)â†’BaO(s)+CO2(g)
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c) Chlorine's natural phase is gaseous, but since it is a liquid in this reaction, Î”Hf â‰  0.

e) CO is a compound, not a pure element.

f) BaCO3 is a compound, not a pure element.

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### Further explanation

The change in enthalpy in the formation of 1 mole of the elements is called enthalpy of formation

The enthalpy of formation measured in standard conditions (25 Â° C, 1 atm) is called the standard enthalpy of formation (Î”Hf Â°)

Determination of the enthalpy of formation of a reaction can be through a calorimetric experiment, based on the principle of Hess's Law, enthalpy of formation table, or from bond energy data

Delta H reaction (Î”H) is the amount of heat / heat change between the system and its environment

(Î”H) can be positive (endothermic = requires heat) or negative (exothermic = releasing heat)

The value of Â° H Â° can be calculated from the change in enthalpy of standard formation:

âˆ†H Â° rxn = âˆ‘n âˆ†Hf Â° (product) - âˆ‘n âˆ†Hf Â° (reactants)

Î”Hâˆ˜rxn = Î”Hâˆ˜f of the product(s) if âˆ†Hf Â° (reactants) Â = 0

The elements in standard conditions are not included in the enthalpy calculations because the enthalpy of those elements under the standard conditions is zero.

a.Î”HÂ°rxn = âˆ†Hf Â° COâ‚‚(âˆ†Hf Â°C and âˆ†Hf Â°Oâ‚‚ =0)

b.Î”HÂ°rxn = âˆ†Hf Â° LiCl(âˆ†Hf Â°Li and âˆ†Hf Â°Clâ‚‚=0)

c.Î”HÂ°rxn = âˆ†Hf Â° LiCl- 12âˆ†HfÂ° Clâ‚‚

d. Î”HÂ°rxn = 2âˆ†Hf Â°LiCl (âˆ†Hf Â°Li and âˆ†Hf Â°Clâ‚‚=0)

e. Î”HÂ°rxn = âˆ†Hf Â°COâ‚‚ - âˆ†Hf Â°CO

f. Î”HÂ°rxn = âˆ†Hf Â°COâ‚‚ + âˆ†Hf Â°BaO - âˆ†Hf Â° BaCOâ‚ƒ

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an exothermic reaction

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as endothermic or exothermic

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an exothermic dissolving process

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