Posted by **han** on Wednesday, April 15, 2009 at 8:56pm.

The bond enthalpy of N2(g) is 418.0 kJ/mol. Calculate ÄH°f for N(g).

I figured that if it gave the enthalpy for N2, then the enthalpy for N would be half of the given amount. But that wouldn't be bonded to anything??

Is there a standard calculation?

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