Problem: For CaCO3(s), find the value of Hf. (Use Appendix C in the textbook.)

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  • Enthalpy of formation is the energy involved upon formation of 1 MOLE of a certain molecule where the reactants are the atoms involved. The atoms are present in their standard form

  • ΔHf of some compounds are usually given on tables of standard enthalpy formation constants

  • For CaCO3 (s), the balanced formation equation will appear as:

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For CaCO3(s), find the value of Hf. (Use Appendix C in the textbook.)

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