Chemistry

How do I determine the value of the reaction
2HI(g) + 2.4 kcal --> H2(g) + i2(g)
delta H =
a) 2.4 kcal
b) -2.4 kcal
c) 0.00024 kcal
d) -0.00024 kcal

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asked by Susan
  1. OK. You changed screen names BUT you also included units.
    Then heat is added delta H is +. When heat is produced, delta H is -.
    So for this _+2.4 kcal is delta H.

    posted by DrBob222

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