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Enthalpy of hydration

Discussion in 'Science' started by mcgee_83, Apr 5, 2011.

  1. At a guess I would think that -123 is the enthalpy change of solution. You can then set up a Born-Haber cycle to calculate the enthalpy change of hydration for Cl-. Not sure how you would do this with formation data?
     
  2. ceviche

    ceviche New commenter

    You can do it with formation data, but only if you also have the
    enthalpy of formation of the solution, so the question is definitely
    wrong.
    Thanks Mike, looks like I'll be asking my HOD for funds to
    buy that book, it looks like what I've been casually wondering if it
    exists for a while!
     

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