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Draw a diagram of the Born-Haber cycle for potassium bromide. Include labels (DHf,
DHSub, DHVap, DHI.E., DHE.A., DHL.E, etc.) of the different energies involved. Include the
equation needed showing how the lattice energy would be calculated (DHL.E,).

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    We can't draw diagrams on this forum; you can find some on the web by googling Born-Haber cycle.

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