1. What does this diagram represent?

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2. In a chemical reaction, the overall molar enthalpy is +87 kJ/mol. Is this reaction exothermic or endothermic?

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3. What is meant by the term exothermic?

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4. In an endothermic reaction, which is greater: the energy taken in when breaking bonds or the energy released when bonds are made?

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5. Use Q=mcΔT and c=4.18J/°C/g. A strip of magnesium is added to a beaker with 200cm³ of copper (II) sulfate. The temperature starts at 21.7°C and rises to a maximum of 23.1°C. What is the total heat energy change?

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6. Explain why experimental values of enthalpy change differ from theoretical values

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7. Use Q=mcΔT and c=4.18J/°C/g. A spatula of sodium fluoride is put into a boiling tube with 25cm³ of water. The temperature drops from 22.0°C to 18.6°C. What is the total heat energy change?

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8. Explain, in terms of making and breaking bonds, why a reaction could be endothermic

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9. In a chemical reaction, 250 kJ/mol is taken to break all the bonds and 280 kJ/mol is released when new bonds are formed. What is the overall molar enthalpy of the reaction?

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10. When a solid dissolves, is this process exothermic or endothermic?

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11. In a combustion calorimetry experiment, 0.78g of ethanol (C₂H₅OH) produced 12,540 J of heat energy. Calculate the molar enthalpy change.

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12. What is meant by the term endothermic?

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13. In a calorimetry experiment to investigate the heat energy released by the combustion of ethanol, why should the water in the calorimeter be stirred?

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14. State the units of molar enthalpy change.

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15. Are displacement reactions exothermic or endothermic?

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16. What does the symbol ΔH mean

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