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Table of enthalpy of solution for selected cesium salts


Compound and ΔsolH kJ mol-1:

- Cesium bromide: 25.98
- Cesium iodide: 33.35
- Cesium chloride: 17.78
- Cesium fluoride monohydrate: -10.46
- Cesium fluoride sesquihydrate (·1.5H2O): -5.44

Data taken from CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics.

Using the information in the above table and the qualitative trends you observed for Part A and the data that you measured in Part B, make a prediction about the rough value of ΔsolH for cesium fluoride (anhydrous). Explain your reasoning process and what evidence you have relied upon in coming to your conclusion.

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  2. I just used deductive reasoning, that the difference between CsF. 1.5 H2O and CsF 1H2O ... and good luck with Preparation Quiz Experiment 4: So You Want to Conduct?

    posted by Tony Abbott
  3. Yeah have fun, I am struggling with this too.

    posted by CHEM1100 Balin
  4. CHEM1100 checking in

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  5. Did you figure out the answer?

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  6. Did anyone figure this out??

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