Ash, dust, pollen, and tiny bits of salt from water are all examples of particulate
Valence refers to the number of electrons that an atom must borrow or lend to complete its outermost shell. An atom of oxygen wants to add two more electrons to complete its outer shell of eight electrons. Since doing so would result in the oxygen atom becoming negatively charged by accepting two more electrons, oxygen is said to have a valence -2
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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 ° C, 1 atm) is called the standard enthalpy of formation (ΔHf °)
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 (ΔH) is the amount of heat / heat change between the system and its environment
(ΔH) can be positive (endothermic = requires heat) or negative (exothermic = releasing heat)
The value of ° H ° can be calculated from the change in enthalpy of standard formation:
∆H ° rxn = ∑n ∆Hf ° (product) - ∑n ∆Hf ° (reactants)
ΔH∘rxn = ΔH∘f of the product(s) if ∆Hf ° (reactants) = 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.ΔH°rxn = ∆Hf ° CO₂(∆Hf °C and ∆Hf °O₂ =0)
b.ΔH°rxn = ∆Hf ° LiCl(∆Hf °Li and ∆Hf °Cl₂=0)
c.ΔH°rxn = ∆Hf ° LiCl- 12∆Hf° Cl₂
d. ΔH°rxn = 2∆Hf °LiCl (∆Hf °Li and ∆Hf °Cl₂=0)
e. ΔH°rxn = ∆Hf °CO₂ - ∆Hf °CO
f. ΔH°rxn = ∆Hf °CO₂ + ∆Hf °BaO - ∆Hf ° BaCO₃
Delta H solution
an exothermic reaction
as endothermic or exothermic
an exothermic dissolving process
Keywords: Delta H reaction (ΔH), enthalpy of standard formation
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Answer: 10HSiCl3 + 15H2O → H10Si10O15 + 30HCl