What is a thermochemical equation? How is this different than a chemical equation?
How can a thermochemical equation be used to calculate the heat released in a chemical reaction when the mass of a reactant is known, or how the amount of a reactant or product can be calculated when given the amount of heat released?
Give some laboratory situations or chemistry problems where you would use a thermochemical equation?
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