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how do you find delta h of 0.025 moles of water?

  1. DrBob222

    Look in a table for delta Ho for H2O. That will give you delta H for 1 mol, then
    delta Ho/mol x 0.025 mol = delta H.

  2. Anonymus

    oh

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