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estimate the change in energy when solid rubidium reacts with gaseous diatomic chlorine molecules. Express your answer in units of kJ/mole

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    delta H = Ecryst+Evaporization+E(Rb, ionization)+Edissociation+Eaffinity

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    What is Ecryst??

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    what is it?

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    -430.5

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