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use standard enthalpies of formation to calculate delta Hrxn for the following reaction. 2H2S(g)+3O2(g)-->2H2O(l)+2SO2(g) express the answer using four significant figures
Delta Hrxn = ? kJ

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    DHfrxn = (n*DHf products)-(n*DHf reactants)
    Look up DHf values in your text or notes.

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    we dnt take notes that's why im so lost

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    Then look in your text. Most texts have a set of delta Hof values.

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    And I might suggest you take notes. You can't possibly remember everything.

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    honestly all we do is labs during class i would love to take notes

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    Do you have a table in your text? I may be able to find a table on the web or I can look up some values if your text doesn't have them listed.

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