Problem: You have a series of four chemical reactions (1 --> 2 --> 3 --> 4). How do you calculate the Δ H2 if you know the other ΔH values?

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The heat of any reaction for a specific reaction is equal to the sum of the heat of reaction for any set of reactions which in sum are equivalent to the overall reaction.


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You have a series of four chemical reactions (1 --> 2 --> 3 --> 4). How do you calculate the Δ H2 if you know the other ΔH values?


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