The following thermochemical equation is for the reaction of hydrogen sulfide(g) with water(l) to form hydrogen(g) and sulfur dioxide(g) . H 2 S(g) +...
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The following thermochemical equation is for the reaction of hydrogen sulfide(g) with

water(l) to form hydrogen(g) and sulfur dioxide(g).


  • H2S(g) + 2H2O(g)3H2(g) + SO2(g)  H = 207 kJ

When 9.03 grams of hydrogen sulfide(g) react with excess water(l), kJ of energy are (evolved? or absorbed?)

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Energy absorbed = 54.9 kJ Note: Being H (207 kJ) a... View the full answer

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