To find the enthalpy of reaction, we need to find the enthalpy of formation of each product and reactant.
This can be solved using the equation ΔHrxn = ΔHfprod - ΔHf react
First step is to write the equation:
Calculate the enthalpy of reaction (in kJ) for 5.6 g of iron solid is reacted with aqueous Copper sulfate.
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