What is the balanced equation for: HC2H3O2 + NaOH when heat evolved?
I would like my current calculations checked to see if they are correct with the caluclations given and I need help with the Heat of Neutralization assignment...I am not sure if I have figured the mass of the solution and answers after that correctly. When it comes to figuring the heat released...
I am re-submitting these worksheets for the third time. I will gladly pay the extra $10 dollars to have them reviewed and have the questions that I have left blank given some direction on how to complete them. I am in need of them back by 10/08/2010 before noon central time.
What is the energy in joules of a mole of photons with the energy of the 434 nm spectral line of hydrogen?
See attached document pages 191-193. I don't understand how titrating the acidic potassium iodide against the standard sodium thiosulfate will help to find the values (the balanced equation for) the redox reaction between iodate and iodine ions in acid solution. What value am I looking for...
Chemistry Help. On file. Heat Effects and Calorimetry.
HC2H3O2 + NaOH , will this reaction evolve heat?