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Please show all work on how to solve the following problem, as well as rationale behind your answer. Thank you!

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  • why'd we make delta H = -93.3 KJ/mol = - 93300 J/mol a positive number when doing calculations? Is it because we're looking at the reactants side?
    • chemnerd8
    • Apr 23, 2018 at 11:57am
  • yes, also the system has gained heat . if we use a negative value of H we will get a negative value for T2, which should not be the case.
    • bornhaber
    • Apr 23, 2018 at 12:11pm

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